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Javier Hernandez: I don't know where I am going to stay


Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez admits he has no idea where he will play next season.

The 27-year-old returned to Old Trafford after his loan spell at Real Madrid but according to reports he is not part of Louis van Gaal's plans for next season.

Lazio and Internazionale in the Serie A are rumoured to be interested in the Mexican with Internazionale coach Roberto Mancini ready to add the striker to his squad.

"Of course it's in my mind [my next club] because it's my future," Hernandez told Reuters on Sunday.

"I don't know where I am going to stay, if its one of those teams [Manchester United or Real Madrid] or another team. So right now I'm just enjoying my holidays.

"He [new Real Madrid coach Rafa Benitez] doesn't need to speak with me because I was on loan from United.

"But I am very calm because thankfully the last two months for me in Real Madrid were very good and I proved a lot of things. So that gave me a lot of self-confidence and security for my future.

"I think Rafa knows me. He's a really good manager and I think he's going to do a great job in Madrid."

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