Arsenal are planning a sensational move to bring back Former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez to the premier league by signing the Mexican striker in the January transfer window.
United manager deemed Hernandez as surplus to requirement and he was sold to German side Bayer Leverkusen in the summer. The striker has gone on to score 18 goals for Bayer Leverkusen and his form has caught the attention of the Gunners boss who is now keen to bring back the Mexican by persuading Bayer Leverkusen to sell the striker.
Hernandez is a naturally goal poacher, capable of scoring out of nothing; but Van Gaal never gave him the opportunity he deserved. He was sent out on loan to Real Madrid when the Dutchman took over at Old Trafford, and though he was mostly used as a substitute, he had his own fair share of goals for the Santiago Bernabue outfit; even if he wasn’t signed permanently after his loan spell.
He is having the time of his life in Germany, winning the player of the month for November and looking sharper and more confident in front of goal; it is yet to be seen if Bayer Leverkusen would cash in on him this January, especially with Kiessling looking more likely to exit the club in January due to Hernandez’s form or the club would weigh their options in the summer. United fans would surely wish he never returns to the Premier League, as it would be unbearable watching Chicharito represent another EPL team.
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