Real Madrid Track Javier Hernandez
According to the latest newspaper reports, Real Madrid supremo Jose Mourinho has taken a keen interest in prolific Manchester United goal scorer Javier Hernandez. The Mexico international has been in brilliant form for Manchester United so far this season and the sometimes controversial and always outspoken San Bernabeau manager is said to be prepared to splash out a cool £30 million for the free scoring striker.
Born and raised in the city of Guadalajara, Javier Hernandez signed professional terms with local outfit Chivas at the beginning of the 2002-03 season. Greatly impressed by the prodigious youth, Manchester United gaffer Sir Alex Ferguson went on to sign him for an estimated transfer fee of £7 million in the spring of 2010. The natural born hit man made his league debut as a substitute in a 3–0 win at home to Newcastle United in August 2010 and he quickly slotted into the first team pattern. Grossing 20 goals in 35 appearances last season, Hernandez has continued to shine for Manchester United this campaign.