Javier Hernandez
Javier Hernandez's future is still up in the air (Getty)

Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez is no closer to resolving his future, according to the player's agent.

After playing a peripheral role at Old Trafford last season which cost him his place in Mexico's starting XI at the World Cup this summer, Hernandez is keen to discuss offers with clubs who can promise him first team football.

Atletico Madrid manager Diego Simeone expressed interest in the 26-year-old last month only for club president Enrique Cerezo to later rule out a move for the player.

Hernandez recently indicated he would be open to discussions with Inter Milan with Serie A champions Juventus also monitoring the situation, but he could still yet figure in Louis van Gaal's plans at Old Trafford.

Hernandez came off the bench after an hour to score against Real Madrid and was subsequently awarded with a starting role in the 3-1 win over Liverpool on Monday.

And the striker's agent and father Eduardo Hernandez admits he is unsure what the future holds.

"One day he is nearing one team, the next day another, and it will be like that until the end of the transfer window," Hernandez Sr was quoted as saying by El Universal.

"He is calm, he has a contract with Manchester United. I cannot say anything on Inter and Juventus, they are only rumours. The future? I don't know. He could stay or leave."

Hernandez was handed just six Premier League starts last season and is likely to face more competition if he is to remain in Manchester. Will Keane has been afforded first team opportunities during United's pre-season while van Gaal will deploy Wlfried Zaha as a striker next term, if the former Crystal Palace starlet is to remain at the club.

After his two-goal debut last season, James Wilson is also likely to figure in the Dutchman's plans at some point with Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and Danny Welbeck retaining top spots in the pecking order.

Hernandez will reportedly be given the opportunity to link up with former United skipper Nemanja Vidic at Inter Milan, an offer the Mexican international would carefully consider.

"Inter are a great club and if I were to get a good offer, I would not say no to any club," Hernandez was quoted as saying by Corriere dello Sport last month.

"There is much interest in me but I cannot say any more."