Watford striker plans to use tournament as showcase
Huesca's on-loan Watford striker Juan Camilo Hernandez intends to use the Under-20 World Cup to attract a new Spanish top-tier club.
Watford have loaned the 20-year-old forward, nicknamed 'Cucho', to Huesca for the past two seasons and he has returned four goals in 32 league games for La Liga's second-bottom club, who remain five points adrift of safety.
Hernandez will play for Colombia in this summer's Under-20 World Cup and hopes to catch the eye during the tournament.
"I'm no longer here in Huesca, it's a decision I made and I do not know what the possibilities are, we have to wait after the World Cup," Hernandez said on RCN Radio.
"The World Cup is going to be a big showcase, but I'm sure I do not continue here. There are possibilities, there are interests, the idea is to continue here in Spain in the first division."
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