Javier Hernandez will stay with Manchester United, despite interest from Spanish giants Real Madrid, according to The Sun.
Yesterday Sir Alex Ferguson reportedly told Jose Mourinho that Hernandez was priceless, and no matter what was offered for the young star, whether cash or players, nothing would be worth selling Hernandez.
And now the Manchetser United starlet has reiterated Ferguson’s sentiments, saying he will not be leaving the club that brought him over from Mexico and had faith in his abilities.
Hernandez said this week that he feels he has a debt to repay to Manchester United, after the 23-year-old was signed last year for a bargain fee of £6 million.
"I'm very motivated after a great season with United," Hernandez said.
"From now on I'll owe a great debt to Sir Alex for bringing me to Europe. My dream has not changed.
"I want to win many titles to give back to the team that opened the doors for me."
While Hernandez may have been seen as a risky signing last year, the Mexico international has shone for Manchester United, and would now be worth at least five times what he originally cost.