The Mexico international will undertake the next challenge of his career in La Liga, two years after joining the Hammers from Bayer Leverkusen
Javier Hernandez has completed a permanent €8 million (£7m/$9m) switch to Sevilla from West Ham on Monday.
The Mexico striker has signed a three-year contract at Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan Stadium, bringing to an end his two-and-a-half season stay in east London.
The 31-year-old netted his final goal for West Ham during a 1-1 draw away at Brighton on August 17, which also marked his last appearance for the club.
West Ham have released an official statement on their website, which reads: “West Ham United can confirm that striker Chicharito has joined Spanish Primera Division club Sevilla on a permanent basis for an undisclosed fee.
“The club would like to thank Chicharito for his contribution and wish him all the best in his future career.”
Hammers chairman David Gold also confirmed the news via his Twitter account, thanking Hernandez for his service before wishing him well in Spain.
He said: “Good morning. I can confirm that Javier Hernandez’s transfer to Spanish La Ligaclub Sevilla has been completed for an undisclosed fee. Good luck Javier”
Tottenham appoint Mourinho as New Coach
Tottenham Hotspur had experienced a woeful start in their domestic league, the club board of directors has terminated Mauricio Pochettino four years deal.
Jose Mourinho signed a three-year contract until the end of the 2022/23 season.
Tottenham sit 14th in England’s top flight after picking up just three wins from their opening 12 games and were eliminated from the League Cup in September by fourth-tier Colchester United.
Speaking on his appointment, Mourinho said: “I am excited to be joining a club with such a great heritage and such passionate supporters. The quality in both the squad and the academy excites me. Working with these players is what has attracted me.”
Brazil win U17 World cup after beating Mexico
Brazil bags another remarkable win to tally its Under-17 World Cup trophy by beating Mexico.
The host team, Brazil leaves it late to triumphed a 2-1 win at the Bezerrao stadium.
thanks to Lazaro Vinicius Marques’ 93rd-minute goal to made the difference.
Mexico – winners of the showpiece tournament in 2005 and 2011 – looked on track to add a third title to their collection when Bryan Alonso Gonzalez Olivan headed home the opener in the 66th minute.
But Brazil, playing in front of legends Ronaldo and Cafu, rallied courtesy of Kaio Jorge’s questionable penalty with six minutes of regulation time remaining.
Brazil then completed the comeback deep into stoppage time when Lazaro volleyed home a last-gasp winner.
The victory added to Brazil’s successes in 1997, 1999 and 2003 as they moved within one of Nigeria’s record of five championships.
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