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Former Man Utd striker Hernandez returns to hometown club


Former Manchester United striker Javier Hernandezwill return to his hometown club Chivas, where he began his professional career.


Hernandez will return to Guadalajara on a free transfer after recovering from a season-long ACL injury with MLS side LA Galaxy.


The 35-year-old left the club in 2010 after coming through the Chivas youth set-up before a move to Old Trafford. 


An unknown quantity when he signed, 'Chicharito' became a fan favourite at United, scoring 59 goals in 157 appearances. 


He helped United win two Premier League titles in 2010/11 and 2012/13, and started in a 3-1 loss to Barcelona in the 2011 Champions League final. 


Chicharito also scored the last goal of the Sir Alex Ferguson era, in a 5-5 draw against West Brom. 


Hernandez spent the 2014/15 season on loan at Real Madrid before leaving for Bayer Leverkusen in 2015. 


He went on to have spells at West Ham, Sevilla and most recently LA Galaxy. 


Hernandez has also represented Mexico 109 times, scoring 52 goals - the most in the country's history - and played in three World Cups (2010, 2014 and 2018).

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