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Ochoa's money in El Tri uncovered, Chicharito vetoed for it

Guillermo Ochoa and the money he puts into the Mexican national team that keeps Javier Hernandez vetoed

Ochoa and Hernández at el Tri
Ochoa and Hernández at el Tri

Tensions between Guillermo Ochoa and Javier Hernandez do not seem to cease. Despite the uncomfortable encounter they had in the match between Liga MX and MLS teams. This has brought to light several versions of the relationship between Paco Memo and Chicharito.


According to journalist Felipe Morales, one of the biggest problems that Hernandez had within the group is the treatment when it comes to making demands. According to Andres Guardado, another captain of the team, Hernandez asked for payment of the Tri's prizes in a bad way.

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Now, with new companies and advertising guidelines, the presence of Javier Hernandez certainly seems unnecessary, according to the aforementioned journalist. However, Guillermo Ochoa would be contributing income to Femexfut thanks to his car sales company.


How much does Ochoa pay Femexfut?


According to the newspaper El Confidencial, goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa would be contributing 20 million pesos, a fee charged by the Mexican Soccer Federation to appear in advertising with El Tri.

 


 

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