Javier Hernández Biography
|Date of Birth:||1988 , June-1|
|Age:||30 years old|
|Height:||5 Feet 9 Inch|
|Birth Name||Javier Hernández Balcázar|
|Father||Javier Hernández Gutiérrez|
|Birth Place/City||Guadalajara, Mexico|
|Working For||Manchester United F.C.|
|Weight in KG||62 kg|
|Famous for||Football player|
|Married to||Lety Sahagun|
|Education||Universidad del Valle de Atemajac|
Javier Hernandez is a well known is a Mexican professional footballer who plays as a striker for English club West Ham United and the Mexico national team.
Early Life Of Javier Hernandez
He was born Javier Hernandez Balcazar on 1st June 1988. He is nicknamed Chicharito and also has the same name on his jersey.
Hernandez comes from a family of football players and made a name for himself at one of Mexico's most popular clubs, Chivas de Guadalajara, who was patient enough to bring him up as a professional football player after he was left out of the Mexico Under-17 side that grabbed World Cup glory in Peru 2005.
His nickname, "Chicharito", is a derivative from his father's moniker, "Chicharo" Hernandez, a former Chivas player who also wore the national colors during the Mexico World Cup 1986. Parents of Hernandez were also from a football background as his football genes can be traced even further back in his lineage to his grandfather Tomas Balcazar, also a star player for the Rebano Sagrado (Sacred Herd) of Chivas.
He plays as a Forward from Premier League club Manchester United which is his Current Team and he also plays for the Mexican national team.
Javier Hernandez's Career
Javier Hernandez has quickly climbed up the ranks of world football. As top scorer in the Primera Division in Mexico with 17 goals, he earned a place in the Mexico squad for the 2010 World Cup and a transfer to Manchester United.
Hernandez made his Chivas debut in 2006, while his national team bow came in 2009 against Colombia; his excellent start during the Bicentenario (Bicentennial) 2010 tournament motivated Javier Aguirre to give him greater consideration for a position in the national team.
He responded by scoring four times in three games: two against Bolivia, then New Zealand and North Korea. His second season in Manchester was not quite so spectacular however and a series of niggling injuries and the emergence of Danny Welbeck ensured that the "Little Pea" did not enjoy a regular spell in the side. However, he did manage to score 12 goals in 36 appearances in all competitions.
Javier Hernandez's Net Worth, Salary, Awards, And Achievements
Javier Hernandez's net worth is $17 million at present. He earns a base salary of around $9.6 million with West Ham United F.C. His salary in 2017 with West Ham was $9.6 million. His current market value is $17.5 million.
He signed a three-year contract worth $28.8 million with West Ham United in 2017. He moved from Manchester United to Germany Bayer 04 Leverkusen for the transfer fee of $13.9 million. He earned a base salary of $3.5 million with Real Madrid in the year 2015.
His move to Old Trafford came as somewhat of a surprise to the watching world before the World Cup, but after an impressive final, in which he scored against France and Argentina, it became clear that United had signed him as a player of their club.
Hernandez was expected to take a while to bed in but after some sensational displays from the substitutes bench, he displaced Dimitar Berbatov as Wayne Rooney's strike partner in the second half of the season. Crucial goals against Stoke, West Brom, Marseille, and Chelsea were among an unbelievable haul of 20 goals as he won the hearts and minds of pundits and supporters alike, winning the Sir Matt Busby Award for United Fans' Player of the Season.
Hernandez carried his good club form into the national side and his seven goals helped lead Mexico to a 2011 Gold Cup triumph with Chicarito winning both the Golden Boot and the Most Valuable Player awards. He was consequently offered an improved five-year contract at Old Trafford which he signed in October. After an impeccable debut season with United, he was top scorer at the 2011 CONCACAF Gold Cup.
Javier Hernandez's Personal Life
Javier Hernandez is a Manchester United forward, who has been on top of his game with the national side but even with is consistent goalscoring record for United in the limited opportunities he is second fiddle behind the likes of Robin Van Persie, Danny Welbeck and Wayne Rooney at United, where he is making around £80,000 a week with his new contract extension.
Hernandez recently signed an endorsement deal with EA Sports to appear on the cover of “FIFA 14″ video game in Mexico. Javier has made the relationship with his girlfriend Lety Sahagun official. But he is also being rumored to have been seen romantically with another girl named Chaska Borek.
Quotes: "There is no doubt that Hernandez is a promising player. He is excellent, I have seen some games of his on television and he is a fantastic footballer," High praise from one of the greatest of all time, Pele, in May 2011.