According to various reports in the Mexican media, Enner Valencia could make a return to Pachuca this summer.
West Ham bought Enner Valencia from Mexican top division side Pachuca in summer 2014 following his impressive performances for Ecuador in the 2014 World Cup.
After a promising start, Valencia started to fade somewhat and was loaned to Everton this summer.
The 27-year-old is not considered to have much of a future with the Hammers so his choices appear to be either a permanent switch to Everton or a return to Pachuca.
According to Ecuavisa, Valencia’s permanent move to Everton hinges on whether Ronald Koeman stays or goes to Barcelona.
Koeman wants to complete a permanent transfer for the nippy front man.
Valencia has also apparently opened talks with his former club Pachuca, who play in the top tier of Mexican football.
The Ecuadorian forward, who plays as a striker or a winger, has these two options in the summer.
However, West Ham appear to have the final say on where Valencia will go.
This means that the Hammers can decide based on the transfer fee offered and where they would prefer Valencia to be playing.