Javier Hernandez ready to leave Real Madrid and head back to Manchester United
Manchester United’s Javier Hernandez, also known as Chicharito, has revealed his disappointment with his loan spell at Real Madrid and is ready to head back to Manchester United. The player has only made one league start till date and claims his confidence has hit “rock bottom” at times.
The 26-year old moved to the Santiago Bernabeu in hopes of playing more regular football, but has only started four games. Real Madrid have the option of making the transfer permanent at the end of the season, but the Mexican international prefers heading back to Manchester with only a year left on his contract.
Hernandez in an interview with Fox Sports said, “My situation is frustrating.
“I cooperate, I help and give my 100 per cent in training but in the games the opportunities are slim.
“I’m in a team but left out of what is important, which are the games.
“At times my confidence is rock bottom although I try for it to be sky high, thanks to the people that are always there with me and support me.”
Have always repaid Real confidence: Hernandez
Hernandez moved to United in 2010, from Mexican club Chivas de Guadalajara for £7 million. He has scored four goals for Real Madrid despite his limited opportunities. He faces competition from players like Cristiano Ronaldo, Karim Benzema, Gareth Bale and Jese.
“The most important thing is to have opportunities and feel confidence in yourself,” Hernandez said. “Whenever they (Real) have placed their confidence in me, the numbers have been positive.”