You have one of the world’s most respected striker at your disposal. An excellent human being and is always devoted to the club. But when you have two other strikers at your club who go by the names of Rooney and Robin Van Persie it is hard to get him some playing time from the manager’s point of view. But the managers do not want him to leave nor can they play him. The ‘Javier Hernandez’ Dilemma will be one of the issues that Louis Van Gaal would have to address sooner than later.
He has been a fan favorite ever since he set foot on the Old Trafford turf and most prominently he has never made any fuss to sign any deal with the Red Devils. He does not demand any pay rises nor hands in transfer requests, but all he wants is to play week in and week out. An excellent attitude for a player who is regarded as one of the world’s feared strikers. He has abundance of pace and is always a defenders nightmare.
Sir Alex Ferguson managed to keep him happy for some parts of the campaign whereas his successor David Moyes failed miserably in keeping him content. Still he has not demanded a move out of United and is confident of impressing Louis Van Gaal. But his national team coach and his agent have been persuading him to move to another club.
Van Gaal’s man management skill will be put to test at United with having four strikers, each a different kind, at his disposal. He needs to work something out to deploy chicharito in his plans else he must sell him. Especially a player who is in his prime will want to play every week. Because there is no logic in wasting a talent like him on the bench.
But personally as a fan of Hernandez I wish to see him at another club where he will be the main man and gets enough playing time because he is one person who can turn the game over its head. With Valencia and AS Monaco interested in him, he should seek a move elsewhere because it is better than warming the bench at Old Trafford.