Former Man United striker Javier Hernandez has aimed a parting shot at the club after revealing that he feels wanted at new club Bayer Levekusen.
The Mexican international left Old Trafford this week after failing to nail down a regular spot in Louis Van Gaal’s side, and has revealed why he decided to leave.
“I want to go back to feeling important and happy. I want to find happiness. Bayer made me feel important and loved, and coming here was not a difficult decision to make. They made me feel wanted,” he said, according to Sky Sports.
Hernandez signed a three-year deal with the Bundesliga giants, and is believed to have joined them in a deal worth around £7.3m.
With United bringing in Anthony Martial ahead of the transfer deadline on Tuesday, it remains to be seen whether or not Van Gaal has enough options in attack for the season ahead.
Aside from the French youngster, Wayne Rooney is their only recognised and experience forward, and that may come back to haunt the Dutchman unless he delves into the market again just hours before the deadline.