Manchester United striker staying at Old Trafford

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The arrival of David Moyes at Old Trafford will not spell the end for Javier Hernandez as a Manchester United player, according to the agent of the Mexican striker.

Hernandez has been linked with a departure from the club during the imminent summer transfer window, with the likes of Atletico Madrid and Juventus reported to be keen to acquire his services before the deadline.

The arrival of Robin van Persie at Manchester United last summer - and the subsequent fine form of the Dutchman - have led to suggestions that Hernandez could be sold, but the representative of the 25-year-old claims their is no chance of a summer exit.

”He's very happy at Manchester United," Eduardo Hernandez told ESPN. "Javier has been there three years and has won the league twice. Not many can say they've achieved that.”

Moyes is set to officially take over duties from Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United on July 1, and the arrival of the former Everton manager is not expected to change the position of Chicharito.

"We are in exactly the same situation," his agent added. "Nothing has changed.”

Hernandez has scored 50 goals in 117 appearances during three seasons as a Manchester United following his arrival at Old Trafford from Mexican club Guadalajara.

He did, however, make only nine starts in the Premier League as Manchester United claimed a record 20th title in 2012-13.

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