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Personally signed by Javier Hernandez

This photo was personally signed by Javier Hernandez in a closed signing session with the Manchester United and Mexico national team forward.

One of the world's most prolific scorers, with an international record better than Lionel Messi's, Chicharito is a superstar of the modern game. Whether in action for Manchester United or on international duty with Mexico, the striker is a constant threat, feared by defenders the globe over.

The shirt comes in presentation packaging with an official certificate of authenticity featuring an image of Hernandez at the signing session.

NOTE: All sales final for signed memorabilia in order to protect standards of authenticity.


Esta fotografía del Manchester United de la campaña 2012-13 fue autografiada personalmente por Javier Hernández durante una sesión exclusiva. Celebra a este goleador mexicano con esta imagen autografiada por este talentoso futbolista. Viene en empaque espe

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