Last Thursday, West Ham club confirmed the Mexican Striker Javier Hernandez as part of their lineup for next season. Hernandez agreed to return to the Premier League with West Ham club. On Monday he will undergo a medical examination, ahead of a move to London from Germany’s Bayer Leverkusen, his current team. This is his last year of contract with the german club. The player played in teams such as Manchester United and Real Madrid. Also, has been the all-time goal scorer of Mexico in the last years. Hernandez will be flying to London in the coming days to finish some personal terms.
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The deal hasn’t been completely closed and the money estimate goes around $16.9 million release clause set to be activated. If everything goes as planned, Hernandez will debut against former club Manchester United on August 13 at Old Trafford. He left United for Leverkusen in 2015 with 59 goals in 157 appearances, continuing scoring goals in the Bundesliga. Hernandez played four seasons at Manchester United after moving from the mexican team Chivas in 2010, he then played for Real Madrid for one season (2014-15), scoring 9 goals in 33 appearances. He moved to Leverkusen in 2015 for a $10million price, meaning the Bundesliga club is ready to make a profit as Hernandez will return to England.
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Hernandez would be the third mexican player who plays in the West Ham, after Guillermo Franco and Pablo Barrera, unfortunately neither of them succeed on the league. Up to today, the club has been trying to transfer new player for the summer, some of them are: Olivier Giroud, Muchy Batshuayi and Kelechi Iheanacho, the three of them had been a fail. West Ham have also agreed to sell their goalkeeper Darren Randolph to Middlesbrough on Thursday. The moves came after the club decided to acquired Manchester city goalkeeper Joe Hart.