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Tottenham need a striker to play alongside Harry Kane has revived their interest in Manchester United forward Javier Hernandez.


The Daily Telegraph claim the Mexican is likely to stay at Old Trafford though unless the north London side is willing to do a deal for England youngster Harry Kane.



This is highly unlikely to happen as Spur’s would face a massive revolt from their fans after having watched the 22-year-old score 31-goals in all competitions last season, while the sale of Gareth Bale to Real Madrid is still fresh in their minds.



Chicharito does not really fit in with manager Louis van Gaal’s plans at Old Trafford, as was evident in the former Guadalajara striker being sent on a season long loan to Real Madrid last term.



Dutchman van Gaal, needs at least one other striker at Old Trafford this summer, and unless he is able to sign someone before the transfer window closes at the end of the month, he would be crazy to let the Mexican leave.


Meanwhile all Hernandez wants is regular football, and with West Ham and Serie A side Torino both interested in signing him as well as Spurs, it is hard to imagine the 27-year-old staying at Old Trafford if van Gaal can sign another striker.