It's not an easy job getting into Manchester United’s first eleven when the likes of Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie are in the set up.
However, United's Mexican star Javier Hernandez is more than worthy of a place in the side.
In fact, there are very few teams that would turn down the opportunity to have Hernandez as their star striker.
At present he is part of Alex Ferguson’s squad rotation, but for a substitute, Hernandez has an incredible conversation rate.
Having had appearecnes limited all season, Hernandez has still hit a remarkable 16 goals in all competitions.
Statistics like that are hard to ignore, and it hasn’t gone unnoticed, as the Italian giants, Juventus have reportedly been linked with a move for Chicharito. A move like that could potentially reinvent the Mexican’s career and allow him to become one of the biggest goal threats in Europe.
His record suggests that if you play him, he will score, so that leaves every reason for a top European side to make an offer for United’s number 14.
Whilst he will attract interest from a number of sides, Hernandez is unlikely to be sold to another Premier League club, making a move to a foreign league a bigger possibility.
A move to Juventus could prove beneficial for the player and club, as the Serie A side lack attacking options, although there are many other European teams that could make use of his services, including Borussia Dortmund who could be losing a number of strikers in the summer.
Atletico Madrid could be another choice if Radamel Falcao leaves the Vicente Calderon Stadium.
If Hernandez decides he is too good for Manchester United’s bench then he will have no trouble finding another club. There is no doubt that he would thrive on first team football, and a top European side could allow him to fulfil his potential.
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