Mexican is understood to be unhappy with subs role at United.
Real Madrid are keen to lure Manchester United front man Javier Hernandez to the Santiao Bernabeu for next season, says the Sun.
The highly-regarded Mexico international has been only a bit-part player at Old Trafford this campaign as the Red Devils have strolled towards a record 20th top-flight title, and 13th Premier League crown overall.
The 24-year-old, who has a contract in the north west until 30 May 2016, has played in just 19 Premier League matches so far this season, scoring eight times in the process, while overall the attacker has featured in only 32 games for the club, and yet Hernandez has still managed to find the target on 16 occasions.
And Liga champions Madrid are believed to be hoping to take advantage of the Mexican’s current unhappiness at not starting more contests for United by lodging a £25 million bid for the player’s services when the summer transfer window reopens for business on 1 June.
But nonetheless manager Sir Alex Ferguson remains confident that the club will be able to keep hold of Hernandez, saying: “There is no reason to think this is not the place for him.
“We hope he feels he has made a contribution.
“He has scored 16 goals and his enthusiasm to play is always there.”