MX League or MLS? The most expensive transfers from both leagues to Europe



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The two main soccer leagues in the region of concacaf They seem to be closer to each other despite the marked difference between Mexican and American football until just a few years ago the distance seems to be decreasing over time and after the good 2022 that the States national team is having States before the mediocre year that the Tri is going through, the difference seems minimal.

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While one competition seeks only economic advantage at all costs, another has become a talent pool this does not prevent players from being exported to European football, whatever profit that means and even so, they have made historic transfers to the ‘Old Continent’. Next, we’ll go over the most expensive sales in each European football league.

As many of us have assumed, ‘El Chucky’ Lozano was the player sold with the highest value in Liga MX, when in 2017 he transferred to PSV Eindhoven from Tuzos del Pachuca. Years later, Lozano himself, having ‘broken’ him in the Eredivisie, was sold to Napoli for 45 million euros, also making him the most expensive Mexican footballer of all time.

MX League:

Hirving Lozano: 15 million euros from Pachuca to PSV.

Edson Álvarez: 15 million euros from America to Ajax.

Diego Lainez: 15 million euros from America to Betis

Héctor Herrera: 11 million euros from Pachuca to FC Porto.

Raúl Jiménez: 10.5 million euros from America to Atlético de Madrid.

Javier Hernandez: 8.4 million euros from Chivas to Manchester United.

Erik Gutiérrez: 8 million euros from Pachuca to PSV.

Diego Reyes: 7 million euros from America to FC Porto.

Andrés Guardado: €6.5m from Atlas to Deportivo La Coruña.

MLS:

Miguel Almirón: 25 million euros from Atlanta to Newcastle.

Ricardo Pepi: 20 million euros from Dallas FC to Augsburg.

Brenden Aaronson: 15 million euros from the Philadelphia Union

Alphonso Davies: €11m from Vancouver Whitecaps to Bayern Munich.

Daryk Dike: 10 million euros from Orlando City to West Bromwich.

Adam Buksa: 10 million euros from the New England Revolution to Lens.

Jozy Altidore: 8 million euros from New York Red Bull to Villarreal.

Zach Steffen: 7.5 million euros from the Columbus Crew to Manchester City.

Kevin Paredes: 7.4 million euros from DC United to Wolfsburg.

As we can see, all players on the Liga MX side are Mexicanwhile of MLS Almirón is Paraguayan, Davies Canadian and Buksa Polish, which speaks a little better about the development of youth in Mexican football, however, with the recent “wave” of American football players sold in Europe, surely in In few years, all the members of this select club will be of North American origin.

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