Javier Hernandez did not make it work at West Ham United and he has not managed to establish himself as a regular at Sevilla. Now, he could be on another move and somewhere closer to his home – the United States of America.
Chicharito has conceded that he is open to securing a move to Major League Soccer, which he apparently sees as a competition currently improving with each passing year. According to Los Angeles Times, Hernandez could therefore join an MLS team and that might well be a Californian side. After all, Los Angeles Galaxy lost Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Mexican players have a lot of appeal for the Hispanic population in that region of the States.
Carlos Vela is also in Los Angeles (although LAFC) and since Hernandez is not playing much at Sevilla, he could move to MLS. He signed a three-year contract with Spanish club, but if he continues sitting on the bench, then they might even be open to loaning him out.
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