Former Real Madrid and Manchester United point man, Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez was visibly thrilled when he met with NFL star JJ Watt.
The Mexican star player met Watt with the rest of the Mexican national team when they trained in the Houston Texans facility on Wednesday. Most of the players tossed around the ol' American pigskin as the coaching staff wanting to avoid the field at NRG Stadium.
Javier Hernandez is set to lead the national team of Mexico to Copa America.
The former Red Devils forward who lacked opportunities at Old Trafford became the star at Bayern 04 Leverkusen last season while remaining a key figure for his national team. His well-timed runs and positioning skill have helped him retain his status as a top goal poacher.
Javier Hernandez speaks of his respect for current manager of Manchester United, Louis Van Gaal.
The striker has been impressive for the club the Red Devils boss sold him to.
LVG sold the 27-year old striker to Bayern Leverkusen despite his decent performance for the team, even ahead of other players.
“He is a really good manager to be honest.
“He has his own ways like all the mangers in the world.
The Reds board has decided to sign up Javier Hernandez for the summers. He would be playing for Arsenal, who is rivals of his present team Bayer Leverkusen.
The decision has been fueled by Jürgen Kopp, the Liverpool team manager. Liverpool has been suffering a shortage of strikers. For that reason Klopp has asked for the Mexican player to be signed up after the season ends. This was reported by the ITA Sport Press.
Javier Hernandez’s move to Bayer Leverkusen has kicked-started his career back to life.
The path of the Mexican player has been a difficult one as he was almost non-existent with Manchester United and Real Madrid but things turned around in favor of the 27 year old attacker as he made a move to the German outfit Bayer Leverkusen on August of 2015 and so far has turned into a reliable source of goals who has managed to score over 20 goals in his debut season.
Wayne Rooney does not quite understand why it’s always the boss Louis Van Gaal who is crucified and not the players when Manchester United performs badly.
The Red Devils’ recent run has been really poor which has seen them not only slipping to 5 in the domestic first flight, but, suffering elimination in Europe too.
And, as usual, Louis Van Gaal is again getting put to swords.
Real Madrid boss Rafa Benitez has praised star striker Cristiano Ronaldo for his heading abilities.
The Portuguese scores a lot of goals from headers and Benitez says that it is time that the likes of Karim Benzema start to learn from the 30-year-old. Benzema’s future at the Santiago Bernebeu has been under speculation throughout the summer. He has been linked with the Premier League with Arsenal showing tremendous interest. The Frenchman was a marquee signing of current president Florentino Perez and he would not want to sell him at his prime
The Mexican forward Javier Hernandez sustained an injury during Mexico’s match against Honduras which concluded in a goal-less draw and now Hernandez will not be able to play in the 2015 Gold Cup that kicked off on July 7 and runs until July 26.
Hernandez broke his collarbone and he is expected to be out of action for up to 4 weeks as he will not be able to train or do any harsh physical activities. This is disastrous news for the Mexican player as he needs all the pre-season training that he can get in order to have any chance of landing a spot in Manchester United’s starting lineup.
Mexican international Javier Hernandez completed a move from Manchester United to Real Madrid – on a loan deal – the summer in the hope that he would get more first-team action.
After all, the Mexican international has an excellent goals to game ratio. Yet, he has never been preferred for the first-team. This led to his loan move to Madrid, but his situation has not improved due to intense competition for places at the Spanish club.
Former Madrid striker Emilio Butragueno recently praised Hernandez for the professionalism that he has shown off the pitch.
Real Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti has categorically stated that striker Javier Hernandez will not be leaving the Spanish club in the January transfer window.