The Bundesliga has had eight Mexican footballers playing on German courts. They are few for a first level league in Europe that has had mor
Bundesliga: How much have you paid for Mexican footballers?
The Bundesliga has had eight Mexican footballers playing on German courts. They are few for a first level league in Europe that has had more than 50 editions and reality dictates that Aztec signings are still strange.
Currently in the 2021-2022 season there is not a single footballer in any of the German clubs in the first division; which is also a warning of how little they can see Mexican soccer as a possibility, despite the fact that Pavel Pardo be a promoter who likes to place Aztec players as possible reinforcements.
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How much have you paid?
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TOHere we do a count of the Bundesliga and what it has paid for Mexican footballers, barely being eight elements that have been in the German tournament.
The most expensive
Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez has been the Mexican footballer who was paid the most in the Bundesliga, who ventured to do so was Bayer Leverkusen of Germany.
The ‘Aspirins’ gave a total of 12 million euros for the letter from ‘Chicharito’, who came from Manchester United.
For him Eintracht Frankfurt arrived Aaron Galindo, He did it from the Grasshoppers from Switzerland but made it totally free with the letter in his possession. Unfortunately, he was barely six months in German football.
The eight Mexicans
1 Javier Hernández – Bayer Leverkusen – 12 million euros
2 Carlos Salcedo – Eintracht Frankfurt – 5.4 million euros
3 Marco Fabián – Eintracht Frankfurt – 3.7 million euros
4 Ricardo Osorio – VfB Stuttgart – 3.5 million euros
5 Francisco Rodríguez – VfB Stuttgart – 1.8 million euros
6 Pavel Pardo – VfB Stuttgart – 1 million euros
7 Andrés Guardado – Bayer Leverkusen – 1 million euros (loan fee)
8 Aaron Galindo – Eintracht Frankfurt – Zero Cost
In total, the Bundesliga has paid 28.4 million euros for eight Mexican footballers. To put it in perspective, the most expensive signing in Bundesliga history was that of Frenchman Lucas Hernández, who came to Bayern Munich from Atlético de Madrid in exchange for 80 million euros.
On the other hand, the most expensive sale was made by Borussia Dortmund when he sold to also French Ousmane Dembélé to FC Barcelona for a sum of 135 million euros.
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