Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez is hours away from a tough test with the Mexican national team. El Tri will take the pitch on Tuesday night at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX against Argentina, arguably one of the greatest teams in the world.

While Chicharito will have his hands full with the likes of Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero, and Angel di Maria, the country of German (and more specifically the city of Leverkusen), is anxiously awaiting the Mexican star's arrival.

Hernandez signed a three-year deal with the German club, handing Manchester United (his former team), a reported transfer fee of $13.5 million.

Hernandez is expected to make his Bundesliga debut on Saturday against Darmstadt, but his teammates and the city are anxiously awaiting his arrival as they believe Hernandez makes them a contender against Bayern Munich and some of the German league's best.

"He's a great footballer," Leverkusen striker, Stefan Kiessling said. "He's speedy and can help us to confuse the opponents."

Bayer Leverkusen has adopted a new strategy of signing big marquee names to the club, and so far the plan has worked as their website crashed last Tuesday during the live steam of Chicharito's introduction.

Fans across the world, including Mexico will suddenly become fans of Leverkusen as the 27-year-old striker brings excitement to the Budesliga.

"It's a great story," Leverkusen captain Lars Bender said. "We got more quality with him. That such a player joins us, shows that we provide more sporting attraction."

Hernandez's arrival has already made an impact on social media as well. After Bayer Leverkusen's official Twitter account announced that the transfer for Chicharito had been completed, the message was retweeted over 15,000 times in less than 24 hours.

"Last week, we already sent 100 packages containing the CH7 jersey to Mexico and the United States," Leverkusen's media director Dirk Mesch told ESPN FC.

The "Chicharito Craze," has already reached a fever pitch in the United States and Mexico, but it's about to begin in Germany, and fans of the Bundesliga couldn't be any more excited.