Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has rejected a move to Valencia in favour of staying with the reigning Premier League champions, reports the Daily Mirror.
The sharp shooting Mexican has rejected a deal offered to him by Valencia, despite being behind Robin van Persie, Danny Welbeck and Wayne Rooney in the Old Trafford pecking order.
Hernandez burst onto the scene with a fantastic World Cup campaign with Mexico in 2010, then enjoying a blistering first season with Manchester United, where he scored 20 goals in 45 games.
And, with an international record of 35 goals in 53 games, he has proved himself at every level.
At 25-years-old, Hernandez's last couple of seasons have been plagued with injury, but if he stays clear for a couple of seasons he could become one of the most dangerous strikers in the world.
With Van Persie almost guaranteed a starting place, Rooney a fan favourite, and Moyes believing Welbeck has the potential to score 20 goals, Hernandez will have his work cut out to make the starting line-up on a regular basis.
Hernandez earns an annual salary of just under £4million, therefore Valencia would be silly to risk that money on a player with a bad injury record.
It would be a good deal for Hernandez to get more game time under his belt at a good team and put himself back on the market.
Ultimately, this deal would be good for Hernandez to take, but it would be a big gamble to take by Valencia, and that's why they should not spend much time pursuing Hernandez.
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