Want away striker Chicharito finally completes his Real Madrid loan move.
Real Madrid have confirmed the arrival of Javier Hernandez on the transfer deadline day after both the clubs had successfully reached an agreement for a season long loan with an option for Real to sign him on a permanent deal next season. Real Madrid will have to pay £90,000 per week as wages to Javier.
Chicharito who has his contract expiring with united in 2016 was deemed surplus to requirements at United after the arrival of Radamel Falcao on loan from Monaco. Also Real Madrid were looking for a striker to provide backup to Karim Benzema in case he meets with an injury. The arrival of Javier to Real Madrid was imminent after they allowed Alvaro Morata to move to Juventus for a fee of around £15.8m. (as per BBC SPORT).
Hernandez moved to united in 2010 from Guadalajara. He scored 37 goals in 102 premier league appearances, 6 FA cup goals, 6 League Cup goals and 7 Champions League goals. He was mostly used as a substitute in the united team and he is also referred to as a super sub due to his reputation of making a difference coming off the bench.
Hernandez is expected to make his debut for Real against Deportivo La Coruna in the Liga BBVA on 20th September. (As per BBC SPORT).