Manchester United's Hernandez drops strongest hint yet that he'll leave Old Trafford

05 November 2013 10:27

Hernandez’s official twitter account re-tweeted an interview with Carlos Vela warning the striker about his future with the club.

In an interview with Sky Sports, Real Sociedad’s Carlos Vela stated that Hernandez should consider his future with Manchester United if he does not start getting some playing time for the club.

Hernandez’s Mexico teammate told Sky Sports that he “didn’t understand why a player of his [Hernandez] quality has not played more games. If he doesn’t play regularly he will need to think about leaving”.

The United striker later re-tweeted that article from his twitter account, causing more speculation about a future United Exit.

Hernandez, also known as ‘Chicharito’ or ‘Chicha’, has created a “super-sub” reputation for himself by scoring goals when coming right off the bench. However, Chicharito is “desperate to play for 90 minutes. Every player in the world wants to start but I will do my best whether I play for one or 90 minutes” he told The Mirror.

Since the 25-year old Mexican international’s arrival to the club in 2010, he has proven to be a game-changer from the bench.


Source: DSG