After falling down the pecking order at Old Trafford, due to the arrival of Robin van Persie, Javier Hernandez has not been playing regular football.
Within months of his arrival at Old Trafford in 2010, Javier Hernandez became a fan favourite and reached a stage where he was scoring goals for fun. But last season he started only nine games in the Premier League.
Hernandez may be small but makes a huge impact on the pitch. His speed and finishing makes him difficult for defenders to stop and he always pops up when he needed.
Whether it is with his feet or with his head, given the opportunity, Hernadez will often get on the score sheet. After playing for such a big club, Hernandez will be experienced and will know what is expected of him if he moves to Arsenal.
David Moyes has not publicly spoken about the future of Hernandez and it is unknown as to whether the Mexican is in the new managers's plans. If Hernandez does leave Manchester United, it is likely that it will hinge on the future of Wayne Rooney to determine how much of a chance he will have to play regularly.
He will be a great asset to Arsenal's team if they go in for the striker as he will always, with lightning speed and expert positioning, be ready to covert chances into goals.