Javier Hernandez has turned down the opportunity to move to Valencia, affirming his ambition to be one of David Moyes’ first choice strikers at Manchester United.
Valencia approached Manchester United during the summer transfer window, but Javier Hernandez made it more than clear to his agent Eduardo Hernandez that he had no desire to leave Manchester United.
Speaking to El Universal, his agent said:
”Valencia had a real interest. I had the opportunity to talk to the sporting director but Javier wants to consolidate at Manchester United and that is the challenge.
“It’s not about money, we can’t even touch on that. There is only one issue with Javier, he wants to play and be a starter with United.
“He knows he is in a very competitive team and that, each day, he has to fight to play, from the dressing room to the training pitch, but he’s not scared. He says he’s more motivated than ever.”
Hernandez is now back training at Carrington Training Complex after recovering from knee injury, set to join in with first-team training this week.
With Robin van Persie and Danny Welbeck hitting form with two goals a-piece in the opening game against Swansea, Hernandez has his work cut out to become first choice but is more than willing to work hard in training and on the pitch to achieve his goal.