With Chelsea in pole position to sign Wayne Rooney and now Valencia chasing another Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez - according to the Daily Mirror - it's safe to say that David Moyes hasn't had the easiest start as manager at Old Trafford.

But whilst United still insist that Rooney is going nowhere, Chelsea believe they must simply wait for Moyes to find a replacement before a deal could be struck.

Valencia are looking at strikers that could replace Roberto Soldado, who is being targeted by Tottenham. And Hernandez is top of their list, as the Mexican striker wants to be a regular starter - something that the Spanish club can provide. 

Moyes will try to convince Hernandez to stay, but Valencia might plea that they will give him more games as they attempt to negotiate a cut-price move, after agreeing a £25million deal with Spurs for Soldado. 

Another Manchester United striker could also be set for a move away from England to Spain, with Espanyol lining up a season-long loan move for 19-year-old Angelo Henriquez.

The Chilean forward spent half of last season on loan at Wigan Athletic, who were relegated from the Premier League, and United are trying to loan him out again to let him gain more first-team football.  

Espanyol have offered to pay all of his salary and hope to take him for the duration of 2013/14, despite the fact with Wigan last season, Henriquez played only four games and scored one goal.

 

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