A former Manchester United star has revealed he would be willing to rejoin the club and play for free amid reports the Red Devils are looking for a new striker.
United have reportedly stepped up their chase for a centre-forward following Anthony Martial's injury lay-off, as well as Cristiano Ronaldo's continued push for an exit.
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With about three weeks remaining until the transfer window closes, the club has seemingly been left with a few options having been linked with 33-year-old Marko Arnautovic, although the side has since ruled out that potential move due to backlash from fans.
While new reports suggest that the Red Devils have been offered the opportunity to sign Atletico Madrid's Alvaro Morata and FC Barcelona's Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, former Old Trafford marksman Javier Hernandez has now admitted he would be happy to rejoin his ex-employers, and even play for free.
"If United came for me, then I'd say 'yes, I'll play for free'. Of course, you know, I'd do that," the Mexican said, according to the Daily Mirror.
"But I also want to be very respectful to my club. I am playing very consistently and in my mind, my conviction is all about winning a championship with LA Galaxy.
"In the future, if things happen then they happen – but in my mind, I am 100% with LA."
The 34-year-old, who scored 59 times for United between 2010 and 2015, also insisted his old team should move on from Sir Alex Ferguson's legacy at the Theatre of Dreams.
"United need to get over the fact that Sir Alex Ferguson has gone," the Mexico forward added.
"Would we like to have someone similar? Yes, yes, yes. But Sir Alex has gone and it is never going to be the same.
"It doesn't surprise me what has happened at United because, in life, it's not easy having a manager for 26 years in the way that Sir Alex did it."
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