Javier Hernandez set to be offered as part of a swap deal that would bring Falcao to Old Trafford.
Manchester United may use striker Javier Hernandez as a way of enticing Atletico Madrid into a transfer deal that would see them sell star striker Radamel Falcao to the Premier League team.
Source: Daily Mail
Premier League giants Manchester United have emerged as the latest team with a strong interest in highly talented Atletico Madrid striker Radamel Falcao, and feel that offering up Javier Hernandez in exchange may be the way to seal the deal.
The Mexican has struggled to oust Wayne Rooney and Robin Van Persie from the starting line-up in attack at Old Trafford, but has become known as a very successful impact sub, scoring goals off the bench at crucial times and becoming a fan favourite in the process.
Ferguson might understandably feel that the 24-year old would be surplus to requirements if the Colombian did join the team, and so may offer him to Atletico as part of the deal.
Falcao has been linked to some of the biggest clubs in Europe, including Chelsea and Manchester City, and is one of the hottest commodities on the transfer market this summer.
Scoring 54 goals in his short time at the club, having signed for the Spanish outfit from Porto in 2011, the Colombian has understandably garnered the interest of the elite European teams.
Falcao would be a superb signing for the Red Devils and would form a frightening forward line along with Wayne Rooney and Robin Van Persie, which could prove to be an attack near-impossible to stop.