In the wake of a momentous victory with the Spanish Women’s National Team at the World Cup and amidst the controversy involving Luis Rubiales, the president of the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF), football star Jennifer Hermoso has touched down in Mexico. She’s set to rejoin the ranks of Club Pachuca.
Liga MX Femenil and Club Pachuca issued welcoming communiqués in honor of Hermoso’s stellar achievement in the 2023 World Cup held in Australia and New Zealand.
“Welcome, Jenni! In Liga BBVA MX Femenil, we are very happy to have you back at home. We are very proud that you are returning champion, and along with the affection of your fans in Mexico, we want to see you shine on the court,” Liga MX Femenil articulated, an emotion echoed by other women’s league clubs who shared the sentiment.
Setting the Record Straight
While whispers had been swirling about Hermoso’s potential move to Tigres Femenil post-World Cup victory, the Tuzas promptly put those rumors to rest.
“We would like to share with you that our soccer player and world champion, Jenni Hermoso, has returned to our country to rejoin Club Pachuca Femenil for the current Apertura 2023 Liga MX Femenil tournament,” the club confirmed.
Substantiating the sentiment of dedication, the club noted, “Jenni herself expressed to us that she is very happy to return to play with the Tuzas, motivated by her recent championship obtained with the Spanish National Team at the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023.”
Eyes on the Future
In a move signaling Hermoso’s singular focus on her game and commitment to her team, the Bella Airosa squad has informed media outlets that Jennifer Hermoso won’t be participating in any public appearances. Instead, she’s channeling her energies on integrating back into her routine, ensuring she’s at the peak of her game.
All eyes will undoubtedly be on Hermoso as she returns to the field, riding the momentum of her recent triumphs.