Manchester United striker Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez is a wanted man, but he won’t be on the move “in the next six months,” according to statements his agent Eduardo Hernandez made to ESPN Deportes on Thursday.
“There’s been a club in Germany, one in France, two clubs in Spain and two more in Italy that are hoping to count on his services,” stated the agent, indicating one of those is “among the ten biggest in the world.”
Hernandez added that he had met up with Manchester United’s club president on Wednesday to discuss the Mexican international’s situation and the club confirmed Chicharito is part of its current plans.
The 25-year-old’s agent stressed that Chicharito, like all players, wants to be playing and will have to battle every day to win a place in David Moyes’ team.
Agent Hernandez refused to answer whether Chicharito will still be with Manchester United after six months has passed, indicating that things move quickly in football.
“We hope that he gets minutes,” he said. “Then, after the World Cup, God will tell us what will be the next step.”
“Javier is a very esteemed player,” added Hernandez.