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Javier Hernandez is not a priority for Inter’s attack

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“At the moment, Javier Hernandez is not a priority for Inter’s attack.” This was stated by the editors of Sky Sport 24.

Although, it is well known that Thohir likes the Mexican international, who will most likely say goodbye to Manchester United, his road to Milan is not so certain. Meanwhile, Samuele Longo is set to go on loan abroad.

Few days ago some sources claimed Inter Milan have opened talks with Manchester United regarding the capture of out-of-favour forward Javier Hernandez.

The Mexican’s future has come into question after falling down the pecking order at Old Trafford in recent seasons.

The Mexico striker wants to play more games and Inter are eager to bring in two strikers with Chelsea’s Fernando Torres a well-documented target.

Valencia are also monitoring both players.

According to The Express, reports in Italy have claimed that the Serie A club want to secure a loan deal, which would include the option to buy Hernandez for £10m at the end of the season.

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The 26-year-old has also been linked to Southampton, who reportedly want the 26-year-old to be included in a swap deal involving Luke Shaw.

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