Between the Manchester United crisissame in which the lack of titles begins to be synonymous with pressure in the Carrington facilities. The team led by Erik Ten Hag is desperately looking for a striker capable of covering the offensive deficiencies of the squad,same to which the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo could be added.
Among the many options for the front, the English team has considered players like Marko ArnautovićBenjamin Sesko and even recently the name of Álvaro Morata has soundedthe truth is that none of them is close to ending up at Old Trafford, although recently a former star of the English team spoke about the possibility of living a second stage with the club.
the mexican striker Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandezassured that he would be willing to return to United and play free for free in case the club was interested in your services again, although he also showed respect for his current club, the LA Galaxy.
“If United came and asked for me, I would certainly tell them ‘yes I will play for free’ of course I would. But I also want to be very respectful towards my club. I am playing constantly and in my mind my conviction is to win a title with the LA Galaxy. In the future, if things happen, they will happen, but in my opinion, I am 100 percent committed to Los Angeles,” Hernández explained in an interview with The Sun newspaper.
Likewise the Mexican assured that the crisis that United is going through is part of a normal process after the departure of a man like Sir Alex Ferguson, who over 26 years gave the club countless titles.
“I am not surprised because in life it is not easy to have a manager for 26 years in the way that Sir Alex did.”, Chicharito added.
During his time at Manchester United under Sir Alex Ferguson and later David Moyes and Louis Van Gaal, the Mexican striker scored 59 goals in all competitions, being the top Latin American scorer in the history of the club.