Hernandez is hoping to play for Mexico as the Red Devils do not give him a chance.
Javier Hernandez hopes to get game time for Mexico during the international break as Manchester United aren’t giving the striker enough matches currently.
The 25-year-old has added further fuel to the speculation that the forward wants to leave Old Trafford after openly criticising the Red Devils for not playing the Mexican more.
“I am very eager to play as my club don’t take me much into account. I hope I have the opportunity to play,” Hernandez was quoted by Sky Sports.
The forward has started just 10 games in all competitions in 2013/14, with only four of those coming in the Premier League and with one brief hamstring injury sidelining the attacker, it’s easy to see why he is frustrated currently.
Despite that Hernandez has still managed to find the net on seven occasions, but with the player wanting to be a key component for his country more game time is needed.
The striker joined United from Deportivo Guadalajara in the summer of 2010 for £6m and has since made 142 appearances in all competitions and has scored 57 times.
On the international stage Hernandez has an even better record in front of goal with 35 strikes in 57 caps and is considered to be one of their key players.
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