It is expected that Manchester United will begin contract talks with striker Javier Hernandez amongst rumours linking him with a broad. The Mexican international has not been a first choice regular from the club apart from his first season.

He has regularly been a second choice to the likes of Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie, and it is believed that he is extremely unhappy with the situation. His place in the Mexican national team is under threat due to this situation. Hernandez has been a transfer target for several clubs especially in Spain.

His international teammate Carlos Vela recently stated that he should consider leaving Old Trafford in order to realise the full potential of his talent. Vela was similarly a second choice at Arsenal and he has flourished since making the permanent move to Real Sociedad. He is one of the top scorers in Spain at the moment.

Hernandez has just over two years left on his contract, which is rumoured to be worth around £ 60,000 per week. However, United are prepared to offer him more money in the hope of keeping him happy. Whether that will be enough is another matter - Unibet reckon that he is more likely to be playing elsewhere next season.

Despite being a regular substitute for the club, Hernandez has one of the best goals to game ratio at United. He has recently been getting a run out due to the injury for Robin van Persie. Another player who is expected to be closer to exit is Andreas Lindegaard, who has found it difficult to dislodge David de Gea from the goal. The Danish goalkeeper was the first choice for a brief period of time until Sir Alex Ferguson, but the impressive form of de Gea means that he is unlikely to get a look in any time soon.

Wayne Rooney was heavily linked with a move in the summer, but he ended up staying at Old Trafford.