Future of the Manchester United star will be decided in next 48 hours
On-loan Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez’s future will be decided in next 48 hours after the report emerged that Real Madrid have 48 hours to decide whether to make his loan move a permanent one for next season.
Chicharito’s loan spell at Real Madrid is set to run till the season end but Madrid only has the first option of buying the striker till this Friday. If the Los Blancos are unable to take a call by Friday, then other clubs can bid for striker’s services.
Clubs like Southampton, West Ham and Dynamo Moscow have been linked with a move for the Mexican. Chicharito has impressed Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti with his heroics in Champions League quarter final and with a brace in La Liga.
Ancelotti claimed that Hernandez is undroppable on his current form but refused to make any comment on the player’s future at the club. Real Madrid will have to pay in the region of £12-15 million to sign Javier Hernandez from Manchester United.
Ancelotti said: ‘It is a subject that we will evaluate at the end of the season. What I can say is that I have liked his professionalism during the whole year.
“He is enjoying his opportunity a lot, he has a high level of professionalism and for a coach to have these type of players that are always ready is very positive.”
Ancelotti knows that the clock is ticking down on Real Madrid, as the Spanish club have only 48 hours to decide on signing Javier Hernandez or else other clubs would be allowed to put offers for the Mexican striker.
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