Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez was expected to be sold this summer, but that has become more difficult for the Red Devils to pull off now.
That’s because the 27-year-old Mexico international has broken his collarbone in an international friendly match against Honduras.
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The Man United and Real Madrid star was involved in a collision just before halftime. Here is a video of his injury from YouTube.
Man United are still waiting for an update on his condition, according to The Telegraph.
However, it is believed that he will have to sit out for at least three or four weeks, which will force him out of the Gold Cup.
The striker spent last season on a loan deal with Real Madrid.
Hernandez has one year remaining on his Man United contract, and he has already been notified by Red Devils boss Louis van Gaal that his contract will not be renewed by the team.
Selling the striker known as “Chicharito” at a relatively high price may be out of the question for the Red Devils, especially now.