Javier Hernandez has been pictured in Sevilla ahead of his West Ham exit.
The 31-year-old handed in a transfer request earlier this week and was left out of the Hammers’ squad for their 2-0 win over Norwich on Saturday.
It is understood that Sevilla have agreed a fee of around £7million for the former Manchester United striker.
On Sunday, Hernandez was pictured next to the Sevilla badge as he was greeted by the club’s sporting director Monchi at the San Pablo Airport.
Hernandez has failed to hold down a regular starting place following Manuel Pellegrini’s arrival last year.
And the club-record £45million signing of Sebastien Haller pushed him further down the pecking order earlier this summer.
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Haller has got his Hammers career off to a stunning start, scoring three goals in his first three Premier League games.
Hernandez netted in West Ham’s 1-1 draw with Brighton last month, in which looks to be his final appearance in a claret and blue shirt.
The Mexico international has scored 17 goals since joining West Ham in a £16million deal from Bayer Leverkusen in 2017.