Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez was a popular player among Manchester United fans during his spell at the club and we still even to this day occasionally catch a fan or two watching videos of that ‘back header’ goal vs. Stoke.
So, Jose Mourinho’s recent revelation to BBC Sport’s Gary Lineker that he would not have sold the Mexican striker when the club elected to if he were in charge have got tongues wagging here.
Would Mourinho have sold Di Maria, Chicharito & Welbeck? NEVER!
Catch @GaryLineker‘s full interview on the PL show.
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) March 16, 2017
Indeed, many believe that letting ‘Chicharito’ leave was a mistake and the player’s own acknowledgment of Mourinho’s words – he ‘liked’ the tweet regarding the story – has fuelled talk among punters here about getting the player back to the club from Bayer Leverkusen.
— BeanymanSports (@BeanymanSports) March 17, 2017
There are, of course, all sorts of obstacles such as actually getting a deal to go through, but Man United supporters on Twitter are calling for the Manchester giants to pursue their former forward this summer to set up what would be an emotional reunion…
— Andre (@The__Giant) 17 March 2017
Pls buy Chicharito back https://t.co/6W99R3UCBN
— w.a (@wanadam_98) 17 March 2017
Buy back Chicharito then but after son many is wasted on Pogba can you afford Di Maria now? https://t.co/E2S0IrZ8RJ
— Dondre (@Boss_Emotions) 17 March 2017
This tweet was retweeted by Chicharito himself!!!
Come back home our little pea! https://t.co/XkS6DvHCAD
— Farouq Adhari (@Far_aday) 17 March 2017
Jose saying he wouldn’t have sold chicharito. If ibra goes to LA Galaxy next season I hope he brings chicha back
— United girl (@_UnitedGirl_) 16 March 2017
— Ruth Dale (@isleofiona) March 17, 2017
— Renzo (@d__l__o) March 17, 2017
When i still think about Chicharito i want to cry. https://t.co/oueZbxdgli
— Kwaku Sakyi (@Wofa_Woodward) 17 March 2017
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