Moyes Blocks Hernandez Exit Speculation

Manchester United manager David Moyes has moved to reassure fans that Mexican international Javier Hernandez will not be leaving the club when the transfer window opens again in January, despite rumours circulating that the 25 year old is a target for a number of clubs.

Both Tottenham and Atletico Madrid are thought to be keeping track of the Mexican as his future at Old Trafford continues to stall after the striker only managed to command a starting line-up placement in just two of the clubs matches so far this season.

The speculation started to gather substance after the striker revealed that he was hoping that he would be able to obtain more regular first team football, explaining that he “strives” to get his chance in the starting line-up but with Robin Van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck all considered to be held in higher regard by Moyes, his chances of getting the number of games he would like at Old Trafford looks increasingly unlikely.

Although Hernandez pointed out that he was still happy at the club and considered them to be “one of the best clubs in the world” he pointed out that he simply needed the manager to give him more opportunity to showcase his ability in order to prove his worth.

As January approaches, speculation is growing towards a number of big name players being set to once again enter the rumour mill and the prospect of another intake on new players is thrilling for supports as one fan explains:

“I love when the transfer windows open, regardless of the club that you support there is always something being mentioned about your team, whether that be fact that they are about to sell their best player or that they are looking to sign some massively overpaid veteran, there is something for everyone.

If like me you like to have a little fun with the markets when they open, try to work out a number of potential movers across Europe and work out what sort of return that you can get from sticking a small stake on it.”

Whether the Mexican will look to force a move is still to be thought out of the question but as further games pass by, his love of the club could well start to disappear as he strives to secure an exit.