Sports Plan Liga MX turns to Europe in the transfer market

Sports Plan Liga MX turns to Europe in the transfer market
Sports Plan Liga MX turns to Europe in the transfer market


As the years go by, it is becoming more and more common for Liga MX to be nourished by footballers from Europe and this Apertura 2024 is no exception. So far (the transfer market is still open) seven footballers have landed in Mexico from the old continent. Olíver Torres and Paulinho are the most famous cases.


Liga MX teams are beginning to look to Europe to get their players, although this tournament has not necessarily been made up of players of great renown or born in the old continent. Those who dominate the list are Olíver Torres, from Sevilla and who signed with Monterrey and the Portuguese forward Paulinho who left Sporting Lisbon to play with the Diablos Rojos del Toluca.


The next in line is Italian defender Cristiano Piccini, who arrived as a free agent to Atlético San Luis after not renewing his contract with Sampdoria. Meanwhile, Pachuca and Santos are taking advantage of the fact that they also own Real Oviedo and Sporting Gijón respectively to bring in players from Spain. Borja Bastón arrived with the Tuzos, while Fran Villalba arrived with the Lagunas.


The rest are specific cases. Tijuana set its sights on Ukrainian football by signing Argentine Domingo Blanco who arrived from SK Dnipro-1. Necaxa went to Greek football to sign Colombian Kevin Rosero from Pas Giannina. Ruben Duarte will be added to this list, who comes from Alavés to sign with Pumas, however, the player has not yet been officially presented although he is already in Mexico City.


  • Cristiano Piccini | Sampdoria | Atletico San Luis

  • Sunday White | Sk Dnipro-1 | Tijuana

  • Kevin Rosero | Don’t miss Giannina | Necaxa

  • Borja Baston | Real Oviedo | Pachuca

  • Oliver Torres | Seville | Rayados

  • Fran Villalba | Sporting Gijon | Santos

  • Paulinho | Sporting Lisbon | Toluca


Mexicans repatriated from Europe


As for Mexicans who returned from Europe, we have Jorge Sánchez who signed with Cruz Azul to end his time with Porto and Jorge Ruvalcaba returned to Pumas after his adventure with Standard Lieja.

 
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