Javier Chicharito Hernandez and Hirving Lozano are two of the greatest examples that Mexican soccer has produced throughout the world. These attackers have managed to join several of the strongest clubs in Europe, and today they seek to maintain their presence as the national team enters a new cycle under the leadership of Diego Cocca.
While Chicharito is scoring goals in the United States, El Chucky seeks to make history with Napoli and conquer Serie A, a title the team has not won since 1990. Although there is a significant difference in the hierarchy of the teams in both leagues, there is also an important economic difference between the salaries of Chicharito Hernandez and Lozano.
Lozano, who plays in Italy, is one of the highest-paid players in the team that Diego Armando Mara dona shone for. The former Pachuca player earns 4.5 million euros annually, which is equal to Victor Osimhen, the Nigerian goal scorer of Luciano Spalletti’s team. He earns much more than Khvicha Kvara tskhelia, who receives one million euros per year.
Meanwhile, despite playing in a lower-level league, Chicharito Hernandez far surpasses Lozano’s earnings. In the entire MLS, the former Chivas de Guadalajara player ranks third, with a base salary of six million dollars and a guaranteed compensation of nearly 7.5 million US dollars. Only Xherdan Shaqiri of the Chicago Fire, who earns 8.1 million dollars, and Lorenzo Insigne, who played for Napoli and now plays for the Toronto FC, where he earns 14 million dollars annually, earn more than him.