After the departure of Marcelo Barovero, Hugo Gonzalez returns to Los Rayados De Monterrey to once again become a top goalkeeper in the Liga MX.
Rayados de Monterrey made the official announcement through their via social media indicating that Gonzalez will once again lace up the gloves for the upcoming tournament after being pounded by the fans after rollercoaster tournaments with the Regiomontano club team. Overall, it has been two years since Hugo Gonzalez has defended the colors of La Pandilla, but now the standout goalkeeper will be part of the Antonio Mohamed r=led Monterrey roster for the Apertura 2020 to hopefully forget the terrible recent tournament Rayados had in the Clausura 2020.
The 29-year-old goalkeeper made his debut with Club America in 2012 where he spent four years with the club team until he transferred to Rayados de Monterrey where Gonzalez disputed over 55 games in three tournaments with the team until he was once again moved to Necaxa, playing a total of four tournaments in a span of two years.
Gonzalez resume also is a high one as he has won major titles across the Liga MX since debuting in the Liga MX in 2012, two Liga MX with America in the Clausura 2013 and Apertura 2014, two CONCACAF Champions League in 2014-2015 and 2015-2016, along with those titles Gonzalez has also won a couple with Monterrey and Necaxa. A Copa MX in 2017 and most recently a Supercopa MX in 2018.
Not only has that been one of the reasons why Gonzalez has caught the attention to return to Rayados, but being a participant in the roster for the national team of Mexico in various games since 2018.
Altogether, it is now or never for Gonzalez to redeem himself in Monterrey and look to be continuously talked about player in the Liga MX, because he has the abilities but it will be important to consistent on the field or once again the fans could turn on him!