Chicharito to reassess Manchester United future after World Cup

The striker's agent has ruled out an exit from Old Trafford before the end of the season, but admits, with a number of clubs interested, he could leave during the summer
Manchester United striker Chicharito will not leave Old Trafford in January but could be set for a summer exit, according to the player's agent.

The Mexico international has struggled for form and fitness under David Moyes this season - scoring just two goals in 14 Premier League games - but Eduardo Hernandez says the club insist he remains an important player.

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Chicharito's contract runs until the summer of 2015 but his representative admits, with clubs "among the ten biggest in the world" interested in the 25-year-old, an exit after the World Cup in possible.

"I was in Manchester [earlier this week], I met with the chairman. Javier is considered among the most important players at the club," the agent told ESPN Deportes.

"Chicharito will not leave United within the next six month, but we do not know what will happen after [the World Cup].

"There’s been a club in Germany, one in France, two clubs in Spain and two more in Italy that are hoping to count on his services."

"We hope that he gets minutes [before the end of the season]. Then, after the World Cup, God will tell us what will be the next step."