Manchester United’s Javier Hernandez is not likely to join Real Madrid on a permanent basis in the summer, despite not being wanted by Man Utd, as reported by the Daily Star.
The Mexico international striker moved to Real in the summer on a loan deal, after falling completely out of favour under new manager Louis van Gaal.
He was hopeful of turning that switch to the Champions League winners into a permanent move, to end his exclusion at Old Trafford.
However, Real boss Carlo Ancelotti has not been impressed, and with Hernandez struggling to prove his worth, he is likely to be sent back to Manchester when the season reaches its conclusion.
The poacher has appeared only seven times in La Liga for the giants, and scored three goals during his time there.
Man Utd are determined to sell him when he does return, even if they don’t make a move for Radamel Falcao permanent.
It seems that Man Utd boss Van Gaal is not particularly keen on Hernandez, who burst onto the scene in 2010, bagging 20 goals in his first season at Man Utd.