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Javier Hernandez still remains being a player that has more time on the sidelines then on the pitch in Manchester United. The Mexican is overshadowed by the likes of Adnan Januzaj, Van Persie, Rooney and Welbeck all of those are players that Moyes prefers having upfront instead of Javier Hernandez.

So far in this season Hernandez has made 8 appearances in this season for United and most of them being made from the bench as a substitute player. Due to the lack of activeness for his club, a lot of clubs are taking an interest in Javier Hernandez as he just might be a viable target in this winter transfer window.

The 25 years old Mexican player has already expressed his frustration on having such a limited time to impress the coach and the club and according to the Sunday Telegraph Tottenham will make a move for Hernandez if they are able to sell Adebayor in January.

Arsenal are also interested in signing Hernandez but it is rather hard to believe that Manchester United will offload him to one of their biggest rivals of this season of the Premier League and this leaves Tottenham with the chance to make a swoop for the former Gualadalajara player.

With the 2014 World Cup nearing closer and closer, if Hernandez is chosen to be in the squad for his national team he would like to be at his absolute best in order to give Mexico chances on winning their group stages and get them into the next rounds of the World Cup but this will not happen if he stays in a club that he can barely have any playing time and is just mostly nothing more than a bench-warmer.


David Moyes has a vast array of attacking options in his disposal including the likes of: Wayne Rooney, Van Persie, Danny Welbeck and Adnan Januzaj which is tough competition for Javier Hernandez.

This competition in the front line of the English club has forced the Mexican player on being more on the sidelines than in the actual playing grounds. Playing a few minutes in some matches and added as substitute more than anything else which has caused rumors starting to spread about how longer he will stay in the club.

In recent interviews, the Mexican forward has showed his emotions and feelings towards having more playing time.

“I am desperate to play for 90 minutes but that is a decision for the gaffer.

“Every player in the world wants to start but I will do my best whether I play for one or 90 minutes.” Hernandez said.

This has attracted the attention of Tottenham who are interested in snapping him up.

Tottenham have already secured the services of Roberto Soldado with £26million being splashed out for the Spanish striker but Andre Villas-Boas already showed interest in getting the Manchester United player.

Athletic Madrid is another interested club for the player that seems to be nothing more than a substitute for Moyes.

“I strive for that [to start more games],” said the 25-year-old.

“I am working towards that – earning a spot as a starter. I know that my performance on the pitch will allow me to achieve that goal someday either here [in Manchester] or elsewhere for any other club.

The winter transfer window will be the decisive moment for the future regarding Javier Hernandez but if anything is for certain it’s the fact that he does not want to remain being a substitute player for United.


The manager of Manchester United, David Moyes, has said that it’s important to manage the workload of star striker Robin van Persie.

Persie was the stand out performer for United in their first game of the season yesterday. That was the Community Shield match in which United was taking on Wigan Athletic.

Persie found the net once in each half and guided his team to a comfortable 2-0 victory. This is the 5th time in the last 7 years that United has won the Community Shield.

Persie scored the first goal in the 6th minute by heading Evra’s cross home from a distance of 16 yards.

The Dutchman doubled the lead of United in the 59th minute with a flat shot from just outside the penalty area. That goal was set up by Danny Welbeck.

Talking to the reporters after that match, Moyes said, “Robin’s first goal was amazing. It was not easy to head the ball into the net from that angle and from that distance. But, he did that wonderfully.”

“His approach has been really impressive. He is a friendly guy who likes to cooperate. It’s been great working with him so far.”

“We will have to try and manage his workload. He is a vital guy and we need to keep him fit.”

Moyes also hailed the young winger Wilfried Zaha who made his debut for United by playing in that Community Shield game. Zaha was on the ground for almost an hour and he impressed everyone with his agility.

When asked about Zaha’s performance, Moyes said, “He had looked in good nick in the pre-season matches. So, we gave him a go and he did quite well. He is a young man and he will improve.”

Zaha is only 20 years of age at the moment. He had signed for Red Devils at the start of this year.


Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed that Mexican striker Javier Hernandez remains part of the plans at Old Trafford next season. The 24-year-old has grown frustrated about the life on the substitutes bench, as he has rarely made starts this season.

This is despite scoring seven goals since his £ 7 million move a few years ago. He has consistently found himself overlooked in favour of Robin van Persie, Wayne Rooney, and Danny Welbeck. This season has been especially difficult for him after the arrival of van Persie.

As a result, there have been reports linking that he would be involved in a swap deal with Atletico Madrid that will see Radamel Falcao move in the opposite direction. The future of defender Rio Ferdinand has also been under speculation, as his contract runs out in a few months time. Ferguson, though, confirmed that both players remain integral to the future of the club. Hernandez has once again been brilliant in front of goal this season. He has managed to get 16 goals in all competitions despite being a substitute in most matches.

Ferguson has praised the enthusiasm of the player, but it will not be long before he demands more playing action in order to protect his international career.

“There is no reason to think this is not the place for him [Hernandez. We hope he feels as though he has made a contribution. He has scored 16 goals. When he came on the other night [at West Ham] his movement was terrific. He created a lot of openings for us. I thought we were pretty unlucky not to win it. Their goalkeeper made a couple of saves, one shot was cleared off the line and he was very unlucky with a header,” said Ferguson in a recent interview.


Monday night’s game at Old Trafford sees Manchester United host Reading in the only all-Premier League tie in the fifth round of this season’s FA Cup.

The winners will face whoever emerges victorious when Middlesbrough face Chelsea a week on Wednesday.

Sir Alex Ferguson’s men are unbeaten in their last fifteen games, and boast an impressive record at home against top flight opposition in this particular competition.

Portsmouth’s 1-0 win on their way to lifting the trophy in 2008 was United’s sole defeat in nine years of all Premier League ties at the Theatre of Dreams.

Paul Scholes remains absent for the eleven time Cup winners, though Ashley Young, Nani and Javier Hernandez are all pushing for recalls having sat out of Wednesday evening’s Champions League draw at Real Madrid.

Top scorer Robin Van Persie is favourite to open the scoring, with Bet Victor offering a price of 3.8 (14/5), while Wayne Rooney, who scored in the previous two rounds is a 4.5 (7/2) shot with Paddy Power.

William Hill offer the best price of 1.29 (2/7) for the home win, with 12.0 (11/1) widely available for a Reading victory. The draw is 7.0 (6/1) with Bet 365.

The visitors, whose best performance in this competition came when they reached the semi-finals back in 1927, go in to the game on the back of a 2-1 defeat to Stoke City – their first loss in seven games.

Midfielders Jimmy Kebe and Mikele Leigertwood are both injury concerns for Brian McDermott, though Adam Le Fondre and Noel Hunt are likely to feature.

Both Le Fondre and Pavel Pogrebnyak are priced at 13.0 (12/1) with Bet Victor to get the first goal of the game.


The Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has said that he feels that the Mexican striker Javier Hernandez is back to his best. The Mexican scored 20 goals in his debut season for the club, but has not been a first-team regular since then. The arrival of the Dutchman Robin van Persie has worked to the detriment of the 24-year-old this season, as he has been largely used as a substitute. However, he has been able to make a huge impact as a substitute because he has rescued United for a number of occasions already this season.

Due to his immense contribution as a substitute, Ferguson has decided to start him in the recent match against Newcastle. He took his goal tally to 10 goals this season after the final minute goal in the match against Newcastle. It helped United win the match 4-3, but Ferguson was more impressed with the contribution by Hernandez. The injury to Wayne Rooney means that Hernandez will now have to play a more prominent role within the team, but the manager reckons that he is now back to his best and will have no trouble coping with the demands of regular first-team football. The 24-year-old was thought to be unhappy at the club due to the lack of first-team action.

“He has been doing it all season. Every time Javier has played he has contributed. He has got 10 goals now and that is despite not playing every week. On Wednesday he could have scored four or five. Javier’s effort and enthusiasm to play is absolutely fantastic. He is a great example to anybody who wants to be a footballer. He is exactly the same in training and gives 100% in every session,” said the United manager. The club have a seven-point advantage over City in the table.