Report: Italian Giants In Shock Bid For Manchester United Outcast

Serie A Champions Juventus are plotting a permanent move for out of favour Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez. The Mexican is currently in a season long loan spell at Real Madrid after being unwanted by new manager Louis Van Gaal at Old Trafford. However, the DAILY STAR have published a report that Juventus would be willing to buy the striker on a permanent deal next summer. Chicarito hasn’t quite made the mark too at the Bernabeu as he fallen the pecking order under manager Carlo Ancelotti.


While his future at Manchester United is under severe scrutiny, Daily Star have resorted to cite reports in Italy which claim that teh current Serie A title holders are desperate to boost their attacking options and want to sign the 26-year-old. The Bianconeri already have Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente in their squad but manager Massimiliano Allegri wants to add more firepower up front.

Hernandez’s wage packet however will be a huge stumbling block. The striker Hernandez revealed last month that it is a “miracle” to have joined Real Madrid. “To play for Real Madrid is the first miracle in my life. People who know me, know that I think like this. I’m going to give blood, sweat and tears for this shirt.”

Any further contract extension at Manchester United also looks bleak for Chicarito. The Little Pea as he is fondly known won’t be even considered under Louis Van Gaal. Rademel Falacao seems to make his loan move permanent next summer but Robin Van Persie ¬†faces a tough time, his age catching up with him and his poor form has continued this season.