In a recent interview with RNE via talkSPORT, Javier Hernandez revealed that despite going through dark times due to the lack of minutes at the Santiago Bernabeu, he is keen to continue working with Real Madrid, as his future with Manchester United remains unclear.
“One of my goal is to continue working with Madrid. You have to live in the present. I do not know what can happen from here until a month from now.”
Real Madrid have a £7.5 million purchase option on the Mexican international, which they could exercise at the end of his current loan, where they can then either sell the 26-year-old or keep him as a secondary striker to current starter Karim Benzema.
Chicharito has scored four goals and two assists in 17 La Liga contests this season and has been linked with moves to Valencia, Southampton, West Ham and others.
This article originally featured on Inside Spanish Football.