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Liga MX: Veterans returning to Mexico for Clausura 2022

Liga MX clubs continue to strengthen themselves in the face of Clausura 2022 and some have opted to bring back veterans who know Mexican soc

Liga MX: Veterans returning to Mexico for Clausura 2022


Liga MX clubs continue to strengthen themselves in the face of Clausura 2022 and some have opted to bring back veterans who know Mexican soccer. Equipment like Necaxa, Tijuana and Bravos de Juárez They decided to sign experienced players who were abroad and now they will try their luck again in Mexico.

While some clubs are looking for bombings, like America with Diego Valdés, others have no other option but to turn to players who were without a team or in lower divisions. While some of them are not so young anymore, Their expertise and quality could go a long way toward the specific goals of your club.

Veterans returning to Liga MX for Clausura 2022

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The most outstanding return is that of the ‘Mago’, who at 38 will return to the MX League to meet again with Pablo Guede, with whom he already coincided in Monarcas Morelia. The Chilean comes after 6 months without a team, after he left the Unión la Calera team in August of this year.

The former América defender left Mexico to play for Inter Miami in MLS, but he was only out for six months and now he is back to defend the colors of the Braves de Juárez. In Liga MX he already played with Atlético San Luis, Necaxa, Santos Laguna and América, with which he won two league titles.

In the Clausura 2012 he played with San Luis and the Apertura 2017 with Rayos de Necaxa. Now he returns to Mexico at 34 years of age to defend the colors of Xolos de Tijuana after his stint with the Kerala Blasters of the Hindu League.

Although he is not yet a veteran of age, he is no longer a young rookie. At 28, he returns after six months to play for the Bravos de Juárez under the technical direction of Ricardo Ferretti. He has played in Santos Laguna, Pumas, Monterrey, Monarcas Morelia, Atlas, Mazatlán and Correcaminos in the Expansion League.