In the mix of Mexican players making the jump to the MLS, Edwin Hernandez is one of the few players to continue his career in the European continent.
Edwin Hernandez is one of the few underrated players in the Liga MX and has got lost in the league with a few minutes of playing time in the Liga MX. Hernandez was an important role player for Chivas since being part of them from 2015-2018 where he conquered many titles under the direction of Matias Almeyda. “Aris” Hernandez won Copa MX in the Apertura 2015 and Clausura 2017, the Supercopa MX in 2016, as well the CONCACAF Champions League in 2018 and most importantly winning the championship in the Liga MX Clausura 2017.
Lets also not forget that prior having a lot of success with Chivas, Hernandez first was recognized with Leon winning two championships back to back in Apertura 2013 and the Clausura 2014. So it is without a doubt that Hernandez carries a lot of experience under his belt since partaking in the Liga MX with Indios de Cuidad Juarez, San Luis, Leon, Chivas and Pachuca (the team that he started out with in their development squad).
Aris Hernandez, recently was brought back from Pachuca to Chivas for the Clausura 2020 but was not included in the plans for the team and that caused a sudden change to make a move and play in Spain. Aris will join the Second Division B of Spain with Salamanca CF UDS at his 33 years of age. There he will be included with various Mexican players that partake with the team, players like Nestor Calderon, Jorge Enriquez, Martin Galvan, Ulises Torres and Kristian Alvarez, that will surely make him feel right at home.
Although it is not a tough competitive league, we could certainly applaud the defender, Hernandez, for striving to better his career in Spain. Right?