Published: Wed, July 26, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Javier Hernandez Completes West Ham Switch

Javier Hernandez Completes West Ham Switch

West Ham United have confirmed they have completed the signing of former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez on 24 July. The signings of experienced Premier League campaigners Pablo Zabaleta and Joe Hart on free and loan transfers respectively are for me masterstrokes.

"It was a fantastic buy, but we knew we bought a flawed individual and someone who could well go on strike - he had done it all before". It will help me a lot to improve as a player and person.

He has always been a great shot-stopper and he remains England's No1 for a reason.

"I am very happy here and I don't feel I am not welcome here", Bilic said ahead of his team's final home game, against Liverpool. I like his spirit so I hope that he does.

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"I wanted quality players who will make a difference if everyone is fit".

The striker is best known for his time at Manchester United where he was usually an impact substitute.

Javier Hernandez's £16million return to England with West Ham ought to have defenders up and down the Premier League quaking in their boots. Hernandez is just the poacher the Hammers need.

At 28, though, it is time for him to step up. More of the same is all that's required at the London Stadium.

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This summer however, it appears that the West Ham board have changed their transfer policy, focusing on short-term success instead of purchasing squad players for the future.

"Last year [in the EFL Cup] we beat Chelsea at home then got Man United away in the next round, I mean you are not going to win anything with draws like that".

Since David Gold and David Sullivan acquired the club in 2010, the Hammers have signed 32 frontmen, yet a lack of goals continues to plague the Hammers. Although the fee is low, it is being reported from several outlets that "Chicharito" will become the club's top-paid player.

After all, former players always have a point to prove against former employers, and more often than not score against them.

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Now, Bilic and the West Ham board look set to regain some of that swagger by bringing in a mixture of talent and experience to the club.

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