Mexico forward Javier Hernandez could be inline to make his debut for new club Sevilla in their clash away to Alaves. The 31-year-old made the switch to Seville from West Ham on deadline day in what was one of the steals of the transfer window.

Hernandez has enjoyed a good career with spells at Manchester United where he established himself as a poacher forward. He also had success in Germany with Bayer Leverkusen before moving to West Ham.


AC Milan are reportedly mulling a bid for Everton ace Richarlison according to reports from England. The Daily Star claims that the Italian side is ready to make a move for the attacker in the summer.

Richarlison has come through leap and bounds since his move from Brazil last season. the Brazilian international shone for Watford last season which earned him a big move to Everton in the summer.

Hirving Lozano Can Switch from Manchester United, Said Javier Hernandez

Hirving Lozano has shared with Javier Hernández how his life in the Manchester United was because a move seems to draw is even closer now. The player from Mexico has been an aim for the Red Devils. For years, he has scouted the forward there and there is talk taking place between his agent Min Raiola and the club.


West Ham United football club and London Stadium have revealed they are currently exploring some changes, which they will improve the welfareof supporters and the atmosphere of the stadium.

This changes will occur in the Sir Trevor Brooking and Bobby MooreStands, by reducing the space between the goal and the stands. Thereby bringing fans closer to the action.

Javier Hernandez

The most recent gossip doing the rounds is that Valencia’s La Liga side are finalizing in on a negotiations to sign West Ham striker Javier Hernandez on advance for the rest of season.

Information in Spain is asserting that Chicharito and his specialist have officially concurred a kove and the Hammers with Che manager Los Marcelino hoping to offload advance striker Michy Batshuayi returned to Chelsea in January.

West Ham locker room unhappy with Hernandez’s salary

There has been a claim coming from an anonymous individual who is believed to be close to the West Ham set-up that there is an unpleasant feeling inside the Hammers locker room regarding the salary that the club’s superstar player Javier Hernandez is getting.

Javier Hernandez To Prove His Worth To Coach Pellegrini

Javier plays for West Ham United and is known for his best career with the popular club Manchester United. He also played for national team of Mexico and spent time with clubs like Real Madrid. Hernandez played around 23 games and also scored 7 goals. There is no denying why he is so popular and has huge fan followers. He is trying hard to show his best performance and make West Ham United proud like before.

Hernandez Expresses His Happiness Being In West Ham

Javier Hernandez is quite happy and motivated being in West Ham. The Mexico international may move away for a while from the London Stadium as he would be doing a campaign for the first time with the Hammers. The 30 year old forward of Manchester United is not keen to find a way out of the club as he is happy to be there as he thinks it’s an amazing place to be in. It has been a good pre-season for him and the season would begin next week and Hernandez is hopeful that this time it would be better than the last one.


The new season of the Premier League promises to be exciting with clubs having world class managers, the best players in the world and a proper structure in place. West Ham will be led by Manuel Pellegrini in their quest to reposition themselves as heavyweights in the league. They begin their campaign against the Reds at Anfield, with Jurgen Klopp eager to continue from where he left off last term.

Newcastle United Boss Hails Jamaal Lascelles' Performance

Newcastle United manager Rafael Benitez praised the performance of skipper Jamaal Lascelles during the Magpies' 3-2 win over West Ham United at the London Stadium on Saturday. The victory was the club's first in two months, and this has propelled them to to 15th in the Premier League standings.