Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez has revealed that he's 'happy' to be linked with a club like Inter Milan.
Goal.com carries reports from Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport, who spoke to Hernandez after United's penalty shootout victory over Inter Milan at FedEx Field in Washington DC earlier this week.
Happy with interest
"I know of Inter's interest, I'm happy for this reason," Hernandez is reported to have said. "There are many clubs that want me, but at the moment I am a Manchester United player and it isn't respectful to talk about other teams.
"I don't know my future, we will see after the USA tournament."
The disgruntled forward reportedly wants to leave Old Trafford this summer for first-team football, with Inter Milan thought to be the frontrunners for his signature. The Mexican international is behind Robin Van Persie, Danny Welbeck and Wayne Rooney in the pecking order.
He has not played a large role under Louis Van Gaal so far, suggesting the new United boss could be willing to cut ties with him before the close of the summer window on September 2nd.
Atletico Madrid interest
A move to Inter Milan would see Hernandez reunited with Nemanja Vidic, who joined the Italian giants after his contract expired at United. Atletico Madrid are also thought to be keen on the striker, which would see the Mexican star link up with new Atleti signing Mario Mandzukic.
The Spanish club are looking to replace the goals of Diego Costa, who completed his move to Chelsea this month. Hernandez is reportedly available for a fee somewhere in the region of £15m.
United meanwhile have been left disappointed in their pursuit of Paris Saint Germain forward Edinson Cavani. The Uruguayan international insisted he will not be transferring clubs this summer.