German side Bayer Leverkusen have decided to retain faith in former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez, 28, despite his recent poor run.
Head coach of the side, Roger Schmidt, has said that it was only a matter of time before the diminutive Mexican finds the net. The player has failed to score in eleven games in all competitions but the coach has said he would remain a top consideration.
Javier Hernandez spent a loan season performing with Real Madrid as he joined the Spanish club on September 1st of 2014 and Hernandez was able to score 7 goals in 23 appearances which isn’t a very impressive record and even though Real Madrid had the chance to sign Hernandez on a permanent deal, they did not opt to do it as Javier Hernandez simply did not impress enough and he eventually made his return to Manchester United.
Javier Hernandez missed a penalty in the closing stage of the game as his team was defeated against Eintracht Frankfurt.
The win allows Frankfurt to move 3 points clear off Bayer Leverkusen.
Eintracht Frankfurt started the match well and created the best opportunities early in the game. The best chances of the match fell to HarisSeferovic and AdmirMehmedi as the game becomes tighter as the game went. It was apparent that Bayer Leverkusen was tired after their participation in the Champions League.
The match will reach half-time with the score 0-0.
Arsenal are in a rush to sign a top centre back after the injury crisis that hit the team.
However, reports indicate that the North London outfit might have lost the German international as they stalled too long from completing the deal despite making formal enquiries a while back.
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.