Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez posted a cryptic message on his Instagram page with a message hinting that all is not well at Old Trafford last night, and that he could be heading towards the exit.
The Red Devils are undergoing a painful transition following the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson last summer, and currently sit in 7th place following their shock 2-2 draw against rock-bottom Fulham yesterday.
That stalemate at Old Trafford leaves David Moyes's side nine points adrift of rivals Liverpool who currently occupy the fourth and final Champions League qualification spot.
It now looks as though Manchester United now have trouble off the pitch too; it has been previously suggested that Hernandez was unhappy with his limited role this season, and now he has seemingly hinted that there are a few things he wants to get off his chest.
The Mexican forward posted a picture of himself at a press conference on his Instagram page with the caption: "The time to speak about so many things will come..."
That has been interpreted by some as meaning that the Manchester United man will vent his frustration at his lack of game time - he's started just four Premier League games and was a sub in the draw against Fulham - which could pave the way for his exit from Old Trafford.
Hernandez vented his frustration after the Red Devils failed to take maximum points from yet another home league fixture against Fulham yesterday.
Manchester United attempted a Premier League-record 81 crosses and had 22 shots but were pegged back by an injury-time equaliser from Darren Bent.
Afterwards, Moyes admitted that his maiden season in charge of Manchester United wasn't going as well as he had hoped.
When asked if it was going to plan, the Scot said: "Probably not, no. "Today was as bad as it gets. How we didn't win, I have no idea. It's goals that count. You can have as much
possession as you like."
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