Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez announced a few days ago that his adventure with the LA Galaxy has ended, however, the top scorer of the Mexican National Team does not rule out remaining in Major League Soccer (MLS) or even returning to Europe, where he shone in teams like Real Madrid, Manchester United, among others.
Fabrizio Romano, a journalist specializing in transfers, revealed that Hernandez is feeling well with his knee and is already analyzing his next destinations, he does not rule out returning to Liga MX and also includes the possibility of emigrating to soccer in Saudi Arabia.
After becoming a free agent, 'Chicharito' seeks to continue in football after recovering from the injury, so he made it clear that he has several projects ahead of him, which motivates him to continue recovering from his knee.
"I am evaluating projects in the MLS, Europe, Mexico, and also in Saudi Arabia. I came back stronger, more resilient, and eager to continue enjoying soccer. My knee is great," was what Romano quoted about the Mexican forward's words.
During his time in Europe, Javier Hernández played in the Premier League with Manchester United and West Ham, in La Liga with Real Madrid and Sevilla, and in the Bundesliga with Bayer Leverkusen. In Europe, 'Chicharito' played 344 games and scored 127 goals.