Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez is on the way back to the Premier League.
The former Manchester United striker is closing in on a move to West Ham, who have agreed a deal with German team Bayer Leverkusen to sign the Mexican.
It’s believed he will cost nearly €18 million, however he has still to agree personal terms.
Hernandez spent five years at Old Trafford, scoring 59 goals in 156 games, before being sold by then-United boss Louis van Gaal to Bayer Leverkusen in 2015.
Current United boss Jose Mourinho bemoaned van Gaal’s decision to sell the Mexican last season, as the Red Devils struggled for goals.
"We have good players, they are creative players, they can create, but they are not the kind of guy that is naturally a killer," said Mourinho.
"I give a simple example -- in the way we play at Old Trafford, in the way we dominate opponents, in the way we play in the box, I think Chicharito would have scored 20 goals easy.
"Even coming from the bench for the last 10 or 20 minutes, he would have 20 goals.
"He is the guy that naturally the ball comes here, rebound here, rebounds there, boom, goal.
"The goalkeeper saves, he goes there, boom, goal. The cross is coming, he anticipates the first-post header, goal.
The Mexican's first competitive match for West Ham could be against United at Old Trafford.