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In 2020 Javier Hernández arrived at the LA Galaxy and signed a three-year contract with the MLS club, now the Mexican soccer player is living the last year of his contract and it is not known if he will renew or return to the MX League with Chivas.
And it is that the Mexican striker has not scored a goal for more than a month, this season he has seven goals in 20 games played, in addition his team is not having a good time in the MLS, they are in ninth position in the Western Conference and they're out of the playoffs.
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Chicharito Hernández saw the mediocrity of Chivas and thus made fun of them
But there is a clause in Javier Hernández's contract to be able to continue with Los Angeles Galaxy, this is that if the Mexican player reaches 12 goals this season, his contract will automatically be renewed for one year. If this happens, Guadalajara would be the most affected because they could not have “Chicharito” again. According to information from Diario AS.
Javier Hernández is going through a bad time
Javier Hernández has to improve a lot to be able to be renewed, since his team needs his goals if he wants to qualify for the playoffs, he also has a striker who has proven to be better than him, the Bosnian Joveljic who has scored nine goals this season.