Javier Hernández always dreamed of Real Madrid, says ex-Man Utd boss

Sir Alex Ferguson has backed Javier Hernández to enjoy a fruitful loan spell at Real Madrid this season

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff
Javier Hernández
Javier Hernández joined Manchester United in 2010 Photo: The Sport Review

Sir Alex Ferguson has backed Javier Hernández to enjoy a fruitful loan spell at Real Madrid this season.

The Mexico striker joined Los Blancos on a temporary deal after he was deemed surplus to requirements at Old Trafford following Radamel Falcao’s arrival at the Premier League club.

He concentrates hard and his dream has always been to play for Real

Sir Alex Ferguson

And Ferguson, who brought Hernandez to Manchester United from Guadalajara in 2010, is sure that the 26-year-old forward will impress during his temporary spell in Spain.

“Hernández will do well in Madrid,” Ferguson told Tutto Mercato. “I am sure he will score many goals.

“He concentrates hard and his dream has always been to play for Real.”

Hernández scored 59 goals in 154 games for United across four seasons.

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