Ferguson warns: "Chicharito is not going anywhere!"

Alex Ferguson has shown one's claws for the last star of Manchester United, and made clear he does not think listening to an offer by Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez, due to the growing interest that has awakened the Mexican footballer at the offices of the big European clubs.

Ferguson with Chicharito in Manchester jersey
Ferguson and 'Chicharito' Hernandez

According to British media, this interest comes mainly from Real Madrid, and in particular from Jose Mourinho. The newspaper "Daily Mail" says today that the Portuguese coach had personally contacted with his counterpart at Man. United, with whom he maintains a good relationship, to ask for Chicharito's price, to which Ferguson would have responded with an emphatic negative: "Hernandez is not going anywhere!", would have been his words.

The 'Daily Mail' adds that Mourinho would have given Ferguson the possibility of an exchange of forwards, with the Mexican way to the Santiago Bernabeu in exchange for Benzema or Higuain.

At 23, Chicharito has had a spectacular landing in the Premiership, being the sensation of the English championship in his first season, in which has scored 20 goals and played his first final of the Champions League. Ferguson, aware of the pearl that has in his ranks, is not willing to let go of one his more important players and has asked the club to do everything possible to avoid a repeat of other case "Cristiano Ronaldo", that culminated with the out of Cristiano to Real Madrid.

Chicharito's salary, to whom the United pays 40,000 euros a week, is a temptation for many European clubs, which could easily convince him with a large financial offer, so United will be forced to review the contract upward if wants to keep him at Old Trafford.

Another key that hides the signing of Chicharito is his media power in Latin America, where this season has become a great marketing tool. The Manchester United shirt with his name has been the most sold in the countries of the region during the past nine months, a fact which has not gone unnoticed by Real Madrid president Florentino Perez.

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