Mexico chief Rafael Marquez authorized for charged medication trafficking ties

Rafael Marquez

Mexico chief Rafael Marquez has been authorized by the United States Department of the Treasury for his charged help of a medication trafficking company.

Specialists say the company was driven by Raul Flores Hernandez, with previous Barcelona star Marquez among 22 individuals distinguished as somebody “upon whom he [Hernandez] intensely depends to facilitate his medication trafficking and tax evasion exercises”.

The treasury included through an announcement that a soccer group and a gambling club are among 43 different elements that will be endorsed.

The discharge singled out Marquez and famous performer Julion Alvarez for their association with the operation, expressing: “The two men have longstanding associations with Flores Hernandez, and have gone about as front people for him and his DTO and held resources on their behalf.

“Under expressions of the authorize reported on Wednesday, any advantages Marquez has that are under U.S. purview are solidified and “U.S. people are for the most part disallowed from participating in exchanges” with him.

Marquez, 38, is the long-term chief of Mexico’s national group and as of now plays for Atlas in his country.

He put in four years at Monaco in the vicinity of 1999 and 2003, where he won Ligue 1 and the Coupe de la Ligue, before moving to Barca where he added to his pull with four LaLiga titles and two Champions League awards.

A spell in MLS with New York Red Bulls took after, before he swung to play for Leon in 2013.