While in Mexico he earned 3 million, what Herrera would earn in Spain
Miguel Herrera would be moving away from directing the Mexican National Team and could now continue his career in European soccer with Sporting de Gijón, a team from the Second Division of Spain, all after various media outlets placed him as Martino’s successor in the Tri.
The ‘Louse’ has gone through several Mexican soccer teams, but his last was in Tigres, where after several failures and the controversy of calling his squad ‘old’, he was separated from his position and for the moment is in search of a new team.
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However, for the Mexican coach it has not been easy, mainly due to his economic interests, since with the Felines he pocketed close to three million dollars, 60 million Mexican pesos, so no team has been able to match the offer.
How much would Miguel Herrera earn in Europe?
As it is a Second Division team, the offer would not be so attractive for Herrera, since you can take as a reference what Ignacio Ambriz earned with Huescas, where he earned 1.3 million dollars a year and that could be what Herrera earns in Sporting Gijon.