Javier Hernandez wants to stay in the Premier League next season and is not expected to sign for Real Madrid permanently, says Guillem Balague.
Hernandez has scored five goals in all competitions for Real this season on loan from Old Trafford, including their second in the 3-0 win over Eibar on Saturday.
But Balague, speaking on Revista de La Liga, said the Mexican wants to remain in the Premier League, and insists he has had offers from both England and America.
Balague said: “He talks about frustration, and the frustration is not just about this year.
“It is about two bad years, where he hasn’t been given the chances and has obviously lost his place in the line-up with Mexico as well.
“Now it is a matter of what he does next. He’s got offers from the MLS, offers from the Premier League, he’s got a good press in England.
“He quite clearly wants to stay in the Premier League, and he wants to play regularly which he hasn’t been able to.”