When Premier League side West Ham United made the decision to sell former striker Javier Hernandez to Spanish La Liga outfit Sevilla back in the summer of 2019, a lot of the fans were against the decision but they went ahead to seal the business anyway. They sanctioned the sale of the former Manchester United goal-poacher in a deal thought to be in the region of $9.9 million (£7.3 million).

With the club now short on strikers who can promise goals week in week out, they may yet be Regretting sanctioning that sale two years ago. Although Hernandez was not a constant supplier of goals when he was at West Ham, many believe he was not given enough time to show his true potentials.
The Mexican already made a name for himself as one of the deadliest strikers in the league when he was still playing for the Red Devils under legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson but lost his goal-scoring capabilities ever since the great Scot departed the club.
Most West Ham fans believe that if the club had kept hold of Hernandez, he would have either formed a formidable partnership with current striker Sebastián Haller or would have had enough time to prove himself better to his employers.
Haller was signed after the departure of Chicharito (Hernandez) as the club never experimented playing the two front men together. Ivory Coast international forward Sebastián Haller has still not fount his feet at the London club eitherand some fans still believe it is the club who have not played up to the strength of the proven forward.
While Hernandez was the kind of striker that chased down opponents and gave defenders a run for their money, Haller is a target man. And since West Ham have not learned to play the football that makes them accommodate a target man, Haller will keep struggling.