West Ham United striker Javier Hernandez will stay with the Premier League club beyond this summer.
According to popular media outlet Goal, Javier Hernandez will stay at the club for the new season scheduled to start in two weeks time.
Earlier this summer, the Mexican international striker stated that he wants to leave the club but that situation has changed in the past weeks.
The former Manchester United striker will be a West Ham United player at the end of this summer’s Premier League transfer window.
Javier Hernandez had a stress-free summer apart from the intense transfer rumours of a move away from the Hammers.
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He missed out on the just concluded Gold Cup tournament in the United States.
Chicharito as he’s fondly called was conspicuously missing as Mexico won the tournament at the expense of the hosts.
Mexico beat the host nation 1-0 to reclaim the Gold Cup tournament.
The new development on Javier Hernandez would be good news for West Ham United who have had to lose the services of three first team strikers.
Lucas Perez, Andy Carroll and Marko Arnautovic have all left West Ham United this summer.
West Ham United have already signed French striker Sebastian Haller from German club Eintracht Frankfurt in a £40m deal.