Javier Hernández (Chicharito) has joined Sevilla on a permanent basis as West Ham confirms the departure of their former striker.
Sevilla completed the signing of the 31-year old striker popularly known as Chicharito on the deadline day for a yet to be disclosed amount.
West Ham disclosed that they have parted ways with the Mexican striker who gave a beautiful sign-out by netting their only goal in their 1-1 draw with Brighton and Hove Albion during his final appearance for the Hammers on August 17.
Chicharito ended his 2-years contract with West Ham in style, netting 16 goals for the East London team.
West Ham already prepared for this as they earlier on signed Sebastian Haller who would fully replace Chicharito while he’s gone to Spain.
The Mexican has returned to Spain where he first featured as a Real Madrid striker, back in 2015 to 2017 when he netted 7 goals in 23 games for Los Blancos.
West Ham announced the departure on their official website today.