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Now that he's needed at El Tri, what Ochoa does to beg for Vela's return

Now that El Tri needs him more than ever and even Ochoa realizes it, what the goalkeeper is doing to convince him to return. 

Carlos Vela and a possible return
Carlos Vela and a possible return

Carlos Vela happens to be one of the most important players in Mexican soccer and he is proving it with his current version in MLS. However, he is now absent from the Mexican national team, due to personal quarrels with some elements of the Mexican team.


But now, more than ever, a striker is needed, a man with talent, who can be decisive in the World Cup and in El Tri, but he does not have it. In that sense, Guillermo Ochoa has already realized this and plans to put the veto aside, because of the need to have a player like Vela.

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That is why Ochoa now bent over backwards to Carlos Vela and was caught on camera doing something, in order to convince him to stay in the team. All during the friendly between America and LAFC. It looks like the plan to convince him to go to the next World Cup has begun.


What did Ochoa do to try to convince Vela?

During the friendly match between Club America and LAFC, the goalkeeper was caught talking to the Mexican striker and even exchanged a hug. Despite this, their problems regarding the Mexican national team seem to be far from over, but it looks like they may be able to reach some kind of middle ground.
 


 

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