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Mexicans who must wait to reach Europe

Although in this summer market 2022-2023 several transfers were made; we bring you at least 5 Mexicans who must wait to reach Europebecause

Mexicans who must wait to reach Europe


Although in this summer market 2022-2023 several transfers were made; we bring you at least 5 Mexicans who must wait to reach Europebecause in this window they have not had the opportunity to materialize.

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Names like those of Jorge Sánchez (Ajax), Santiago Giménez (Feyenoord), Jordan Carrillo (Sporting de Gijón), among others; They managed to complete their arrival in European football.

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However, there were others elements that were playing to be able to go to the Old Continent; however, the situation has not been presented in the most favorable way to see them within Europe

those who must wait

It is so some Mexican soccer players must wait to reach Europe; especially because in this market they had approaches and/or offers that were never completed.

Cesar Montes: Both Espanyol and Dinamo Moscow were looking for the Aztec central defender; however, the reality is that the negotiations with Rayados de Monterrey failed to prosper.

Omar Fields: Santos Laguna’s left back was in Anderlecht’s sights in Belgium and although there were approaches, he couldn’t reach a good port either.

Victor Guzman: Central defender of Xolos de Tijuana who was looking for Besiktas from Turkey but the expected offer did not arrive either.

Kevin Alvarez: His name has been sounding for LaLiga teams in Spain and PSV Eindhoven in the Netherlands. But the Pachuca Tuzos preferred to renew his contract before letting him out.

Uriel Antuna: Both Espanyol and Rayo Vallecano in Spain are interested in the ‘Witcher’. However, at Cruz Azul they want to wait to be able to sell it to the Old Continent.

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