Manchester United are reportedly willing to offer Javier Hernandez to AC Milan in a swap deal for their defender Adil Rami next summer.
Hernandez, who is currently on a season long loan at Real Madrid, has been deemed surplus to requirements at Manchester United due to them already having the likes of Ramadel Falcao, Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie.
As a result, United are reportedly keen to offload the Mexican striker after he finishes his loan spell with Real Madrid at the end of this season.
AC Milan, who are searching for a new striker following the departure of Fernando Torres to Atletico Madrid on a one-and-a-half year loan, are believed to be interested in Hernandez.
As Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal is also keen on landing AC Milan's Adil Rami, he is ready to offer Hernandez in exchange for the French defender, according to the Daily Express.
Although the 29-year-old defender arrived at AC Milan only this summer, the Serie A side may be tempted to accept Manchester United's offer as the deal is pretty good considering Hernandez is much younger than Rami.
Arsenal are also believed to be interested in signing Rami, but Milan are more likely to do business with the Red Devils.
Meanwhile, Marcos Rojo admits it has been very frustrating to watch Manchester United's game from the bench despite the Red Devils doing pretty well of late.
The 24-year-old defender, who arrived from Sporting Lisbon for a transfer fee of around £16 million this summer, has been out of action with a thing injury since 8 December, missing out four of United 's Premier League fixtures against Liverpool, Aston Villa, Newcastle and Tottenham Hotspur.
And Rojo admits that he has had a hard time watching his teammates from the sidelines, unable to do anything to help during the hectic festive period.
"It's something you never want to go through," he told Manchester United's official website. "You always want to be out there playing on the field, helping your teammates.
"I've had the misfortune to get injured recently and I really don't like it. It's terrible to miss training and be out of the team. I just hope I can regain my full fitness quickly and it doesn't happen again, as it's never good being injured."