LUKAKU VS HERNANDEZ AT OLD TRAFFORD SEASON OPENER

When Manchester United and West Ham United clash at Old Trafford in the Premier League opener this season, it would be a war between a former striker of the club and the latest star forward.

Javier ‘Chicarito’ Hernandez and Romelu Lukaku would battle upfront at opposing sides for goals as the new players at the clubs are desperate to prove themselves.

WEST HAM CLOSE TO COMPLETING HERNANDEZ’S DEAL

Premier League side West Ham are set to complete the deal for former Manchester United star Javier “Chicarito” Hernandez.

The deal is expected to be done in the next few days, according to Sky Sports. The Mexico international has a £13 million release clause at Bayer Leverkusen which The Hammers are keen on meeting.

HERNANDEZ NOW HIGHEST SCORER FOR MEXICO

Former Manchester United star Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez is now the highest goal scorer for South American soccer giant Mexico.

The team eventually lost in the game against Croatia but the coach Juan Carlos Osorio maintained that Hernandez was “one of the best finishers in the world” in his post game comments.

Javier Hernandez Thanks Jose Mourinho for His Latest Comments

Mexican international Javier Hernandez has thanked Jose Mourinho in response to the manager’s statements that he would like to have a similar player in the squad right now.

MAN UNITED CHANGING TRANSFER POLICY

Manchester United has been changing their transfer policy under current coach Jose Mourinho.

The club’s policy now excludes panic buying unlike previous seasons where there were no clear-cut plans.

LEVERKUSEN RETAINS FAITH IN FORMER UNITED STAR

German side Bayer Leverkusen have decided to retain faith in former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez, 28, despite his recent poor run.

Head coach of the side, Roger Schmidt, has said that it was only a matter of time before the diminutive Mexican finds the net. The player has failed to score in eleven games in all competitions but the coach has said he would remain a top consideration.

Real Madrid are open to bringing back Javier Hernandez

Javier Hernandez spent a loan season performing with Real Madrid as he joined the Spanish club on September 1st of 2014 and Hernandez was able to score 7 goals in 23 appearances which isn’t a very impressive record and even though Real Madrid had the chance to sign Hernandez on a permanent deal, they did not opt to do it as Javier Hernandez simply did not impress enough and he eventually made his return to Manchester United.

Hernandez missed penalty

Javier Hernandez missed a penalty in the closing stage of the game as his team was defeated against Eintracht Frankfurt.

The win allows Frankfurt to move 3 points clear off Bayer Leverkusen.

Eintracht Frankfurt started the match well and created the best opportunities early in the game. The best chances of the match fell to HarisSeferovic and AdmirMehmedi as the game becomes tighter as the game went. It was apparent that Bayer Leverkusen was tired after their participation in the Champions League.

The match will reach half-time with the score 0-0.

ARSENAL SEEM TO HAVE LOST SHKODRAN MUSTAFI THIS SUMMER

Arsenal are in a rush to sign a top centre back after the injury crisis that hit the team.

However, reports indicate that the North London outfit might have lost the German international as they stalled too long from completing the deal despite making formal enquiries a while back.

JAVIER HERNANDEZ MEETS NFL STAR JJ WATT

Former Real Madrid and Manchester United point man, Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez was visibly thrilled when he met with NFL star JJ Watt.

The Mexican star player met Watt with the rest of the Mexican national team when they trained in the Houston Texans facility on Wednesday. Most of the players tossed around the ol' American pigskin as the coaching staff wanting to avoid the field at NRG Stadium.