Manchester United want “Chicharito” back?
Reports say Jose Mourinho is preparing to sign ex-Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez.
According to reports from Manchester, United head coach Jose Mourinho is planning to bring back the Mexican striker Javier Hernandez to strengthen United forward line.
Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez is considered as one of the most underrated footballers currently, he is often called as the ‘Super Sub’ because of his ability to turn the game after coming into the match as a substitute.
Recently Mourinho has praised the 28-year-old’s talent in twitter and did criticise Louis van Gaal for allowing him to leave the club.
Currently, Hernandez is at Bayer Leverkusen and is in good form, he can be a good addition to Mourinho’s attack as he has to fill the gaps left by Zlatan if he decides to leave the club.
Javier Hernández Balcázar often called as Chicharito has been a key player for Leverkusen, he has made 35 appearances for the Bundesliga side in which he scored 12 and made 2 assists this season.
Chicharito can be a good addition to United but they already have plans to land other stars which include Lukaku and Morata, so Chicharito will be forced to play the Super Sub role again which kind of destroyed his career.