The Mexican forward is likely headed for an Old Trafford exit but is trying to maintain focus on the World Cup campaign.
Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez is fully focused on helping Mexico at the World Cup but admitted Wednesday that his club future is up in the air.
“My future could be decided tomorrow, a little after, inside three months, (I could) stay there (in Manchester), I don’t honestly know,” Hernandez told reporters in Mexico.
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The striker stressed that he is dealing with the uncertainty with maturity and that his mind is solely on the Mexican national team.
“My people are working it out,” he said. “I’m here trying to be 100 percent focused.”
Manchester United is undergoing a period of change, with incoming manager Louis van Gaal taking over after Netherlands finishes its Word Cup campaign leaving players unsure about where they will fit into his plans.
Mexico coach Miguel Herrera also chimed in on an issue that has gripped El Tri fans and was forthright in his opinion that Chicharito should leave the Red Devils.
“In the case of ‘Chicharo,’ I believe it’d be in his interest to leave so he is taken into consideration to play,” Herrera said at a news conference in Mexico City.