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Javier Hernandez decides to leave West Ham

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Javier Hernandez has revealed that he is seeking an exit from the London Stadium with both parties reportedly agreeing to an amicable solution.

While Javier Hernandez was not able to score as freely as he would have liked to, the Mexican should consider his time at West ham a successful one. Often put on the bench, the former Manchester United striker came with the goods on a regular basis.

However, it appears that Javier Hernandez has had enough of English Premier League football. The 31 year old is looking for a move away from the club he joined from Bayer Leverkusen back in 2017.

Chicharito has scored 16 goals in 61 matches for the Hammers and it is clear that he is not the striker who once lit up the stage when he was at Manchester United.

According to goal.com, Javier Hernandez has already started searching for a new club. The striker also hints that he would prefer a move to a Spanish speaking country.

‘The team is working with us. [My agent] is the one more involved,’ he said.

‘He is Spanish so has more connections here.

‘He’s searching for a club, if we can move.

‘If not I will stay with West Ham easy, happy. I have one year left, but West Ham and I have decided it would just be easier to go out.’

Indeed it would be a shame to see Javier Hernandez leave the club. The former Guadalajara man was first introduced to European football by Manchester United. After guiding the Red Devils to multiple honors, Javier Hernandez was loaned out to Real Madrid. Louis van Gaal didn’t see him as an important member of the squad.

Hernandez was then sold to Bayer Leverkusen where he went on a scoring spree before making a switch to West Ham two years ago.

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