As each season progresses on, the Mexican forward Javier Hernandez continues on being unable to snatch a consistent starting berth in Manchester United.
Sir. Alex Ferguson typically used Hernandez as an impact substitute player and on occasions it gave him positive results.
With the arrival of David Moyes to the Premier League club, his playing time is even less and according to the head coach of Mexico Miguel Herrera; the young forward is growing increasingly frustrated by his lack of time on the pitch.
“He seemed well but he is a bit frustrated because he doesn’t play despite training well and the truth is that when he does play, he makes a huge effort on the pitch,” he told Raza Deportiva.
“He is a bit frustrated because the current manager doesn’t give him many chances, but he is committed and doing what he can to become a starter. He likes to work and likes to show determination to achieve his goal.”
Hernandez still has 2 years left in his contract with Manchester United but if things do not change, it is very likely that he will be seeing his way out of the club before his contract runs up.
During the January transfer window, Hernandez was a target of many clubs but all of the offers and rumors linking him with a move away from Manchester United were rejected as the player remained with the side of David Moyes.
Manchester United is expected to offload a number of their players including: Vidic, Evra and Ferdinand and Javier Hernandez might join that list if his situation does not change anytime soon. To make matters worse for the Mexican forward, Mata arrived to the club and United are keeping close tabs on a few players on the transfer market which means that Hernandez is not on the near future plans of the Scottish tactician.