13 Jul, 15:15
London side West Ham have confirmed the sale of their Ecuadorian winger Enner Valencia to Mexican Liga MX club Tigres UANL.
The 27-year-old has called time on his Hammers career after three seasons with the club, during which he made 66 appearances for the London outfit, scoring 10 goals.
He arrived in east London off the back of a prolific season for Pachuca in the Mexican league, and he will now return there for an undisclosed fee.
Valencia got off to a bright start for the Irons but struggled at times with injury, and spent his final season out on loan to Everton, whom he scored three goals in 30 appearances in total for.
He leaves the London Stadium with the club placing on record their thanks for his services over the past three years, via their official website.
Meanwhile, the Hammers continue to try and make headway with some incomings this transfer window - they recently had a £20m bid for Marko Arnautovic rejected and have been linked with Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart.