Inter Milan could make a move for Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez after they failed to sign Manchester City forward Stevan Jovetic, according to The Sun.
The same report has suggested that, despite new Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal insisting that he wants to run the rule over his current crop of players, the Red Devils would listen to offers for the Mexican forward.
It remains to be seen, however, as to whether Inter, who have already signed Hernandez's former teammate Nemanja Vidic, step up their interest in the player in the near future, but it appears that the 26-year-old could be heading out of the Old Trafford exit gates in this transfer window.
Hernandez would certainly prove a major coup for the Italian giants, with the striker having proved his credentials in England over the last few years. Despite having struggled for opportunities at times throughout his Old Trafford career, Hernandez has often found the net on a regular basis.
And, as Inter look to return to the summit of Italy's elite division, 'Chicharito' could become a key player for them in 2014/15. United fans, however, will be hoping the club keep hold of the Mexican, despite the club possessing an array of talent in the forward areas.
If Hernandez does depart Old Trafford in this market, then it's uncertain as to whether the Dutch manager will look to find a replacement. United, of course, already have superstar duo Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie in attack, whilst English ace Danny Welbeck will be hoping to make an impression under the new regime.
Perhaps, then, teenager James Wilson will be handed the opportunity to replace Hernandez next term, as United enter another new era. Manchester United assistant manager Ryan Giggs was the man who gave the youngster a taste of first team action last season, as Wilson repaid him by scoring twice on his debut.
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