Manchester United Football Club have had a mixed transfer window, with Louis van Gaal clearly solving the midfield problem, but the striker issue still remains as we go into the final hours before the summer deadline slams shut until January.
That striker issue could about to get worse, with Javier Hernandez being told he is free to leave Manchester United this summer if he can find a club – according to The Telegraph.
It is thought that that his preferred destination is Bayer Leverkusen, who have shown an interest. West Ham are also keen to bring the striker in this summer.
The first thing that immediately pops into the head is that Manchester United must be bringing in a striker of some description if they are prepared to let Javier Hernandez go.
There is absolutely no way that a club of United’s stature would go into the season with just Wayne Rooney and James Wilson up front. Yes, Louis van Gaal has said Marouane Fellaini could fill in up top, but is he world class? Not a chance.