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The Enner the road


Filed: Wednesday, 5th July 2017
By: Staff Writer


Enner Valencia is on his way back to Mexico after agreeing terms with Liga MX outfit Tigres.

The 27-year-old Ecuador international, who spent last season on loan at Everton has agreed terms with Tigres after being told that he has no future at the Olympic Stadium.

West Ham will recoup around 7million of the 12million they paid CF Pachua for Valencia three years ago. His move is expected to be rubber-stamped later today.




Enner Valencia in England

2014/15: Pld 37 Gls 5 (West Ham Utd); Pld 3 Gls 2 (Ecuador)
2015/16: Pld 24 Gls 5 (West Ham Utd); Pld 12 Gls 6 (Ecuador)
2016/17: Pld 7 Gls 0 (West Ham Utd); Pld 23 Gls 3 (Everton); Pld 1 Gls 1 (Ecuador)





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