United braced for shock £20 million part exchange offer for Chicharito

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Real Madrid are set to offer for Manchester United’s Mexican ace Javier Hernandez, according to the Daily Mail.

Madrid are currently searching for a striker to cover for the injured Gonzalo Higuain, who is set for a two month absence due to a back injury.

Hernandez, who has made a sensational start to his Old Trafford career, is a surprise target for Jose Mourinho but Madrid have been tracking the Manchester United ace ever since he burst onto the Old Trafford scene..

It looks to be just a speculative punt from the Spaniards, though, as they know Sir Alex Ferguson will be reluctant to do business, having only signed him this summer.

But Real will reportedly try to lure him from Manchester United by offering £21 million, three times the amount the Red Devils paid Guadalajara for his services, and will throw in Lassana Diarra into the deal as a makeweight.

If a deal for Chicharito does not happen, they will turn their attention to the Blue half of Manchester by trying to work on deals for Manchester City skipper Carlos Tevez or Emmanuel Adebayor.

Tevez has handed in a transfer request and is determined to leave Eastlands but Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini insists he will keep his skipper.

Adebayor, though, looks like he is on his way out of Eastlands and would welcome the chance to move to such a prestigious club in order to revive his career.

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