Italian side Inter Milan have denied holding any transfer talks with either Manchester United or Chelsea over a move for Javier Hernandez or Fernando Torres according to club president Erick Thohir.
Alienated United striker Hernandez, 25, has been a fringe player under coach David Moyes this season, and most often played a cameo, he has played 16 Premier League games scoring only two goals, with seven goals from all 25 appearances for the Old Trafford club.
Also Spanish striker Torres, 29, has not been impressive this season under coach Jose Mourinho, and the £50m former Liverpool goal-poacher has muscled nine goals from 32 matches for the Stanford Bridge club, and speculations continue to brew over a possible exit to a club where he can earn regular playing time to secure his International ambitions.
Inter already sealed a summer transfer deal for United captain Nemanja vidic, a three-year contract worth £20m, but Thohir has now defused reports that Chicharito will follow the 33-year-old Serbian defender to the San Siro.
“Chicharito is a good player but we have not spoken neither with he nor with Torres,” Thohir told reporters.