Last Updated: Tue, 09 Oct 2012 15:50
Manchester United are reportedly interested in offering Javier Hernandez to Porto in order to sign winger James Rodriguez.
The Mexican's future at Old Trafford has looked in doubt since the acquisition of Robin van Persie, who has started his career at Old Trafford in fine form.
Chicharito is now seen as the fourth choice striker at the club behind Van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck.
Spanish champions Real Madrid were quiet in the last transfer window, only bringing in a couple of new players but they are said to be interested in Hernandez.
Although Sir Alex Ferguson could be preparing to use his player as part of a deal to bring in winger Rodriguez.
The Colombian has scored 20 goals in 53 games for the Portuguese side since his move in 2010 and is regarded as a possible replacement for the out of favour Nani.
The 21-year-old has four years left to run on his current deal and has admitted that his preferred move would be to La Liga rather than the Premier League.
"I'm very aware that I'm still young and have a lot to learn, but I would eventually like to play in Spain," Rodriguez told FIFA.com.
"It's a league that I've always watched - it's different from the English League, which is very physical.
"The game in Spain is more about technique, and about getting more touches on the ball. That's why I like it so much."
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