After failing to make his national side's starting line-up at the World Cup, the striker has been urged to seek pastures new by his international manager
Chicharito has fallen down the pecking order after an impressive debut campaign at Old Trafford in 2010-11, with the likes of Robin van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck all regularly preferred.
Last season the 26-year-old started just six Premier League matches and new United boss Louis van Gaal is thought to be willing to allow him to leave - with Goal understanding Southampton are interested in the player's signature.
And Herrera, Chicharito's national team coach, believes that a move could be best for the striker's career, with Serie A champions Juventus an option.
"I think [Hernandez] needs to leave," Herrera told ESPN.
"I think [Juventus] would be a good option for him. When a coach doesn't want you - when you have your best experience, your best moment with them, and now the coach that wanted you is no longer there - it's time to move.
"I think there are a lot of opportunities. They are not bad opportunities. If he goes to Juventus that would be an extraordinary team. Without a doubt, it would be a nice change for him. Hopefully he'll see more minutes."