Manchester United prepare to offload Javier Hernandez

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Manchester United are ready to let struggling striker Javier Hernandez leave the club in the summer, according to the Daily Mail.

The Mexican striker famously struggled to break into the Old Trafford line-up under Sir Alex Ferguson but has seemingly failed to impress David Moyes as well.

Hernandez currently sits behind Robin van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck in the pecking order restricting him to just four Premier League starts this season.

The Sun claimed that the Little Pea wanted to quit Manchester United in search of first team football but no chance to move in the January transfer window was forthcoming.

However, Manchester United will actively look to offload the striker in the summer. They're willing to listen to offers for the 25-year-old to make room for potential additions.

The Red Devils have been linked with a big money move for PSG striker Edison Cavani, whose agent is reportedly in London at the moment.

The Uruguayan striker would cost at least £54m, as the Parisian outfit look to recoup the money they paid Napoli for him last summer.

Cheaper alternatives are also being mooted around with Diego Costa and Mario Mandzukic both on Moyes' radar.

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