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This awkward fall could scupper Javier Hernandez's chance of a transfer

Manchester United striker set to miss the CONCACAF Gold Cup with a fractured collarbone.

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MANCHESTER UNITED STRIKER Javier Hernandez fractured his collarbone in an awkward fall on Wednesday night.

Hernandez is expected to miss three to four weeks which would rule him out of the CONCACAF Gold Cup which begins on 7 July.

The injury occurred in the first half of a pre-tournament warm-up match against Honduras. Hernandez collided with Brayan Beckeles and landed awkwardly on his right collarbone.

The setback could also scupper his attempts to secure a move away from Old Trafford this summer. Hernandez, who spent last season on loan at Real Madrid, is thought to be valued at around €11 million.

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