Calcio Mercato suggest that Valencia are interested in the Mexican striker.
The 25-year-old has only been used sparingly by new United boss David Moyes, with the former Everton boss preferring to use Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Danny Welbeck.
This continued struggle has reportedly led to suggestions that he could move on in the summer with the Mestalla side ready to offer him a La Liga escape route.
Valencia have failed to shine this term after seeing Roberto Soldado depart to Tottenham in the summer and ‘Chicharito’ could prefer a fresh start in Spain.
While Moyes is expected to busy in the transfer market, it’s unlikely that he’ll move for another striker unless Hernandez decides to leave.
United punters are divided over the issue with some believing that this time, ‘little pea’ should seek pastures new while others still think he can became an important part of Moyes’ team.
Here in the tavern, we think that with just two goals in his 16 Premier League appearances, he’ll need a solid end to the season to continue his career at Old Trafford.
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