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Sunday, July 10, 2011

Manchester United set to hand Javier Hernandez a new and improved contract

Mexican forward is reportedly set to be rewarded with a new deal with improved terms, having scored 20 goals for the champions last season and establishing himself at Old Trafford

Manchester United are believed to be set to hand Javier Hernandez a new and improved contract, to reflect his current status at the club.

The 23-year-old joined the club last summer, and managed to make 45 appearances in all competitions and scoring 20 goals in the process. And during the course of the season, the Mexican forward also managed to replace Dimitar Berbatov in the starting line-up, despite the Bulgarian ruling the top scorers' charts at the time.

Now The Times reports that the Red Devils are set to hand the hitman a contract with improved terms to ensure that he remains fully committed to the cause at Old Trafford.

Hernandez was involved in a Premier League triumph last season, but also saw the other side of the coin as United lost the Champions League final to Barcelona.

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