Argentinian football legend Javier Mascherano has sealed a return to his native Argentina after 14 years.
This is after his transfer to Argentine top flight club Estudiantes was confirmed earlier this weekend.
It was confirmed by Estudiantes chief executive Juan Sebastian Veron.
Javier Mascherano will join Estudiantes from Chinese Super League (CSL) club Hebei China Fortune.
The 35-year-old midfielder signed for the Chinese top flight club from Spanish La Liga giants Barcelona in January 2018.
He has been a good signing for Hebei China Fortune since joining them from Catalan giants Barcelona at the start of last year.
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Mascherano made 27 league appearances for the CSL outfit in his first season at the club and has played in 26 of the 28 fixtures for Hebei China Fortune in all competitions this season.
He started his career at River Plate FC of Argentina before signing for Brazilian Serie A club Corinthians.
The ex-Argentine national team star joined Premier League side West Ham United in 2005 and he spent two years at the London club before joining Liverpool.
Javier Mascherano spent three years with Liverpool before leaving the Premier League for Spain where he signed for Barcelona.
The best part of his career was at Barcelona where he won two Champions League titles.