Reports: Real wants Chicharito, United demands Ramos, Macheda could leave

LONDON (Sporting Alert) — Real Madrid are reportedly interested in signing Manchester United forward Javier Hernandez, but it is believed that the English club doesn’t want to sell the Mexican star.

Hernandez, after a brilliant debut season at Old Trafford, has found it difficult to keep a starting place in the lineup following the arrival of Robin van Persie this summer.

Reports have been linking the striker away from the Barclays Premier League club with Real Madrid on top of the list.

Of course Sir Alex Ferguson would rather to hold on to Hernandez, but it is also being reported that Manchester United would demand Spanish defender Sergio Ramos if any move.

Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho has been linked with Chicharito in the past and would love to bring him to Spain. The Mexican player has repeatedly denied reports that he will or wants to leave.

Reports in Spain have been claiming that Ramos and Mourinho have been on the offsides lately and wouldn’t stop the Euro and World Cup champions from moving.

Meanwhile, the agent of Manchester United striker Federico Macheda has insisted that the Italian may have to leave the club in next transfer window if the 21-year-old is not given regular playing time.

“How can he be decisive for the team if he never plays?” Bia was quoted as telling ItaSportPress.

Manchester United have some phenomenal players in attack, so it is truly difficult for Federico to find space. It’s not true what they write in the English papers that he’s going through a bad spell.

“He wants to play and if he cannot do so by January then we’ll try to find an alternative solution. I will talk to Sir Alex Ferguson over the next few days.

“Federico was requested by German and Spanish teams over the summer, but the English club preferred to keep hold of him.

“I hope they understand the situation and let him leave in January, because it makes no sense to keep a 21-year-old on the bench.”

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