Manchester United forward Javier Hernandez will not accept a move to MLS in the summer in the hope of finding a suitor in the Premier League or Europe.
The Mexican ace is on loan at Real Madrid currently but has failed to make an impact. Manchester United are likely to tell him he is free to find another club in the summer upon his return to Old Trafford.
He's started just one La Liga game for Los Blancos and has scored three times in 15 league appearances all in, and is now on the lookout for somewhere to play next season.
It's been suggested that a move to America could be on the cards, with Orlando City - the club where Kaka is currently plying his trade - hoping to make a move for his services.
However the Telegraph reports that he still holds ambitions to play at the top level in Europe and will look to find somewhere where he can get some regular first team action. That's despite the fact that Orlando are willing to pay him a sizeable wage to relocate across the Atlantic. The Telegraph say they would have been willing to cough up around £8 million-per-year, which is around £150,000 a week.
Manchester United are keen to offload the forward in order to clear the way for a new arrival up front in the summer. Radamel Falcao won't be staying at Old Trafford beyond the end of his loan spell while there are also doubts about the future of Robin van Persie, which means there should be at least one high-profile arrival in the summer window.
Hernandez is under contract with Manchester United until 2016 and is likely to command a small fee, although not enough to put off potential suitors such as Southampton, West Ham and Valencia.
The Red Devils are likely to be active in the summer transfer market once more having splashed £150 million last summer. Edinson Cavani has been mooted as a potential arrival, with Paul Pogba said to be at the top of manager Louis van Gaal's shopping list.
At his best, Javier Hernandez is one of the best finishers in Europe, however his career has stalled over the last two seasons. Sadly he doesn't have the all-round game that his rivals possess.
However he's in the prime of his career and is more than capable of scoring at a high level still - he's right to snub America for now and have another crack at a big club.
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