In an exclusive interview with LATimes, Javier Hernandez was asked about a possible transfer to the MLS in the future and the Mexican international was quick to say YES.
According to him, he has a desire to play in the MLS before the end of his football career.
Javier Hernandez plays his club football for Spanish La Liga side Sevilla whom he joined during the summer’s transfer window.
The ex-Manchester United attacker has a Sevilla contract that does not run out until the end of the 2021/22 season.
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He joined former Europa League winners Sevilla from Premier League team West Ham United this summer and thereafter signed a three-year deal.
His national team colleague Carlos Vela has set the MLS scene on fire with goals for LAFC, especially during the just concluded season.
Carlos Vela won the MVP (Most Valuable Player) award for the latest MLS season which ended last month.
Javier Hernandez was a Manchester United player until the summer of 2014 when former manager Louis Van Gaal (LVG) sanctioned his transfer to German Bundesliga side Bayer Leverkusen for a fee believed to be around £8m.