Javier Hernandez wanted in loan deal by Inter Milan

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Inter Milan are attempting to lure Manchester United forward Javier Hernandez to the San Siro on a loan deal, with a view to completing a £10million permanent move if things go well.

The Daily Mail relays how the Italian giants are willing to compete with Valencia for the capture of the Mexican international, who has struggled for game time at Old Trafford. The 26-year-old, signed by Sir Alex Ferguson in 2010, has played a total of 101 times in the Premier League for United, but has never been able to cement a starting spot. His situation deteriorated under David Moyes, and it’s been rumoured in recent months that he may be angling for a move away from Old Trafford in search of regular game-time.

At Inter he would most definitely be guaranteed that, as new owner Erick Thohir is keen on building a squad capable of restoring his club to its former glory. With Nemanja Vidic already confirmed to be joining the Italians, Hernandez may well be tempted to follow in his footsteps.

The Mail claims that the approach from Inter would be in the form of a loan deal which could eventually turn into a £10million move should the transfer prove to be successful. It’s said that Fernando Torres is also a target for Thohir, and they will compete with Spanish side Valencia for both players.

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