Javier Hernandez is one of the likeable chaps from Manchester United. He is a hard worker and someone who sacrifices for the team. United arguably managed the signing of the last 5 years when they signed the Mexican from Guadlajara for just 6m pounds. And to think that The little pea has scored over 50 goals for Manchester United in such less playing time as he was more often than not used as a super sub and a game changer.
But since the change in the management, new United boss hasn’t used Javier to good effect as he is below the likes of Danny Welbeck in the pecking order. Because of this Javier is thought to be seeking exit from Old Trafford.
But whilst Tottenham, Valencia and Arsenal have all been linked in connection with the 25-year-old at various intervals over the last few months, it would be nothing short of foolish for Moyes to offer the nod of approval toward any deal concerning Hernandez joining Arsene Wenger’s charges.
In short, Chicharito is the embodiment of the only element the Gunners need to clinch the title, and if they get their man there’s no reason they won’t go on to pip Manchester City and Chelsea to the title.
Well documented since as early as September, Wenger’s longing for a free-scoring striker is patently obvious for all to see. And with the sort of strike record Hernandez can boast, there’s no reason not to expect him to do well in north London.