FORMER WEST HAM STRIKER TAKES DIG AT THE HAMMERS ON INSTAGRAM

Javier Hernández has taken a subtle swipe at the London club as a result of how his time at the Hammers ended before his departure.

The former Manchester United forward signed for West Ham United back in the summer transfer window of 2017, but he believes his time in East London could have ended on a better note than it did. After sealing the £16 million transfer, he played in 55 games for West Ham and scored 16 goals - a low output given his ability and goal-scoring record.

WEST HAM MAY BE REGRETTING ALLOWING HERNANDEZ LEAVE THE CLUB

When Premier League side West Ham United made the decision to sell former striker Javier Hernandez to Spanish La Liga outfit Sevilla back in the summer of 2019, a lot of the fans were against the decision but they went ahead to seal the business anyway. They sanctioned the sale of the former Manchester United goal-poacher in a deal thought to be in the region of $9.9 million (£7.3 million).

JAVIER HERNANDEZ BATTLING TO REDISCOVER GOALSCORING FORM

During the era of former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, Javier Hernandez, who played under the Great Scott was well-known as a deadly striker and a dangerous goal-poacher, especially within and around the 18-yard box.

Although he wasn't always a starter under Sir Alex, he was a go-to player when wither time is running out and there has to be a change made that would yield to a goal or there is the need to score more goals in the match.

MLS DUO TARGET FORMER LIVERPOOL STAR

MLS duo La Galaxy and Inter Miami have set their sights on signing former Liverpool and Chelsea attacker Daniel Sturridge. The Englishman is a free agent after he was released by Tranzonspor.

CAN JIMENEZ BE ANOTHER HERNANDEZ?

Manchester United have been linked with a transfer move for Raul Jimenez after failing to land Erling Haaland. Haaland has been a monster hit at Borussia Dortmund, when he easily could have been lighting up Old Trafford. The club is not expected to hand a long-term deal to OdionIghalo as his loan deal runds down this summer.

Hernandez wants International Return

LA Galaxy's star forward Javier Hernandez is eying to return for the Mexican national football team after starting his first season with Los Angeles Galaxy football club.

Mexico's national team, also known as El Tri, has to play two friendly matches by the end of this month in the United States. On the 26th of March, they will face the Czech Republic at the America Stadium. The next one is proposed on 29th March at the AT&T stadium against Greece.

HERNANDEZ READY FOR MLS FOOTBALL

From the moment he left Manchester United, Javier Hernandez was thought to be the kind of one-season wonder striker that will never be able to produce the same trick twice.
Having left his Mexican side thanks to Ferguson, the man famously referred to as “Chicharito” scored an impressive 2o goals in his first season in England.

The 31-year-old moved to Sevilla from West Ham in the summer but the lack of game time at both home and abroad has made him reconsider his decision on not giving up on Europe yet.

HERNANDEZ HAPPY TO BE AT SEVILLA

It is incredibly hard to find a human being who doesn’t speak in favor of his immediate condition. When footballers stand in front of the hunting press, everything they say turns to gold. Is it just an act for the camera? Either way it is incredibly tiresome to hear all the time.
For some players though, it is harder to tell how they could possibly be lying given that they are so full of life. One of such is Javier Hernandez.

HERNANDEZ TO MAKE DEBUT AGAINST ALAVES

Mexico forward Javier Hernandez could be inline to make his debut for new club Sevilla in their clash away to Alaves. The 31-year-old made the switch to Seville from West Ham on deadline day in what was one of the steals of the transfer window.

Hernandez has enjoyed a good career with spells at Manchester United where he established himself as a poacher forward. He also had success in Germany with Bayer Leverkusen before moving to West Ham.

AC MILAN INTERESTED IN EVERTON STAR

AC Milan are reportedly mulling a bid for Everton ace Richarlison according to reports from England. The Daily Star claims that the Italian side is ready to make a move for the attacker in the summer.

Richarlison has come through leap and bounds since his move from Brazil last season. the Brazilian international shone for Watford last season which earned him a big move to Everton in the summer.