Former Manchester United striker Javier Hernández has seemingly agreed with Jose Mourinho over comments on his departure from Old Trafford.
The Portuguese boss stated on Thursday that he would never have sold the Mexican international if he was in charge earlier.
Hernandez both liked and retweeted a tweet relating to the comments, seemingly in agreement.
Mourinho also explained that Angel Di Maria and Danny Welbeck would also not have been sold.
Hernández left England for Germany and Bayer Leverkusen while Di Maria left for PSG.
Danny Welbeck moved to title rivals Arsenal but has struggled at times with injury and has been unable to kick on.
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Jose Mourinho was left fuming after Manchester United’s tie with FC Rostov on Thursday.
The Portuguese manager went on the attack following the clash due to fixture congestion.
United played Chelsea on Monday before their tie with Rostov on Thursday and will play again on Sunday against Middlesbrough.
Mourinho bizarrely claimed that the Red Devils will likely lose the game due to fatigue created by fixture congestion.