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Javier Hernandez welcomes Inter link

Manchester United's Javier Hernandez says he would be interested in joining Inter Milan, although he is staying focused on his current club.

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The Mexico international has been linked with a move to the Nerazzurri all summer and, with just a month left before the transfer window closes, speculation is growing that he will follow Nemanja Vidic to the Italian club.

Hernandez, who has said he does not know whether he will stay at Old Trafford, welcomed the interest of the Serie A club.

"I'm aware of Inter's interest and it pleases me because they are a big club, but I'm still at Manchester United and I don't want to talk about other clubs," Hernandez told Il Corriere dello Sport.

That may change if he feels he is no longer wanted by the Red Devils and their new coach Louis van Gaal, although Inter are not the only club awaiting developments in Manchester.

"There are other clubs interested and I find it flattering, but at the moment, I belong to United and it would be disrespectful to talk about other clubs," he said.

"I don't know what will happen when we get back from our tour of the USA. I'm a professional and I wouldn't say no to a transfer, but I can't say any more than that at the moment. Only God knows what might happen, all I can do is train and work hard, like I've always done.

"I like Italian football -- it's competitive and there are some big clubs, top players and it's undoubtedly one of the best [leagues] in the world. I've always liked it. I started watching it when I was a young boy and I have always been interested in what happens there."

Inter president Erick Thohir has spoken of his club's need to sign a "quality forward" this summer but Southampton's Pablo Daniel Osvaldo could also be a target.

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