PICTURE: Javier Hernandez nears Manchester United exit

Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez could be nearing a Manchester United exit as he seeks regular playing time ahead of the World Cup. The 25-year old retweeted a Sky Sports News Tweet, which claimed that ‘he will have to consider his future’ if he isn’t playing regularly at the club.

Usually Chicharito strikes you as the consummate professional, but this publicity stunt is far from that. In essence he’s trying to force David Moyes’ hand into playing the striker, but somehow I don’t think it’ll work. I understand that the Mexican has pressures from his national team to be playing regular football due to how iconic he is over there, but why not deal with this internally instead of making it public knowledge?

His undermining of the manager is quite surprising, and its a test of Moyes’ character. Will we see the striker dropped for the upcoming game against Real Sociedad? If I were the boss I’d certainly make him sit this one out.

Lets be honest, Chicharito will never get a starting spot in regular games with Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie both ahead of him, but I do understand his frustrations to an extent.

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