Can Chicharito to LA Galaxy Transfer Lower Crime Rate In LA?

Can Chicharito to LA Galaxy Transfer Lower Crime Rate In LA?

LA Galaxy stole the headlines once again! This time Javier Hernandez aka Chicharito to LA Galaxy transfer buzz is real and the transfer is very close to happening!

Galaxy lost their superstar forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic not long ago and they are in desperate need of a new player that would attract and excite crowds. Otherwise, American soccer fans will have to get back to watching baseball per Zlatan's suggestion.

Chicharito may be past his prime but he is still an exciting player who will need to find himself and perhaps he will be the lucky charm he once was for Manchester United!

Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez struggled in Sevilla and couldn't break into starting lineup and saw himself warming the bench more often than a player of his caliber would like.

Chicharito still has plenty to offer and joining MLS will be great for everybody! Including LA city and Mexico. In his prime, Chicharito attracted so much attention in his country of origin, Mexico, that whenever he played the crime rate decreased because Mexican's just loved watching their player score goals for Man United and dominate Premier League.

It's been a while since Manchester United dominated anything and even longer since Chicharito was a striker feared by most defenders. He may have lost that spark in the last couple years but why not rekindle his flare in LA Galaxy!

Can Chicharito to LA Galaxy Transfer Lower Crime Rate In LA?

Chicharito managed to build a "cult" of loyal followers once before, so why not do it once again and this time much close to home? LA has a huge Mexican community that will greatly appreciate Chicharito to MLS transfer.

Chicharito To LA Galaxy Transfer Deal

According to reports from Spanish outlet AS Chicarito is excited about the idea of coming to LA Galaxy and its really up to Sevilla and Galaxy to agree on transfer conditions.

Chicharito in Sevilla

If the Galaxy offer manages to convince Chicharito, Los Angeles would pay almost 10 million to Seville plus Hernandez's salary, surpassing the signing of Giovani dos Santos and Jonathan dos Santos, which was between 6 and 5 million euros [$5.5-6.7 million].

If you want to find out more about the latest transfer rumors and done deals we got you covered here on Sports Talk Line!

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