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Pachuca and Atlas, their most valuable homegrown players

Undoubtedly Pachuca and Atlas have interesting homegrown players and among the most valuable in Mexican soccer; however, the Tuzos in this c

Pachuca and Atlas, their most valuable homegrown players


Undoubtedly Pachuca and Atlas have interesting homegrown players and among the most valuable in Mexican soccer; however, the Tuzos in this case are in the lead, being Grupo Pachuca a good school to bring out emerging talent. For their part, the Rojinegros have lagged behind despite their recent success.

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Although among these clubs and squads have some of the most interesting names to think about the future; especially with the Mexican National Team in sight, but it is expected that they can be transferred to Europe at some point, but all this will depend a lot on the efforts of each directive.

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Recently the Rojinegros have fallen behind in that area. However, it is hoped that with the recent sporting success they will be able to manage some outings with the Old Continent in mind, in addition to Grupo Orlegi and its recent foray into Sporting de Gijón in Spain They can be an important springboard.

the most valuable

It is so about Pachuca and Atlas, we present you their most valuable homegrown players; an area where the Tuzos have managed to gain an important advantage, but the idea is that both institutions can grow with players who shine in Liga MX, Mexican National Team and later think about Europe.

Of the two teams, the name of Erick Sanchez he is the one who has the greatest value; with the Tuzos he has climbed to the 7 million dollars. The following names with those of Kevin Alvarez and Luis Chavezboth with a valuation of 5 million dollars. Undoubtedly three quite outstanding elements of the lower ones in Pachuca.

In the case of Atlas they are a little further behind, but they have Jeremy Marquez; canterano that currently has 4 million dollars in his valuation and is the highest in the Red and Black squad. Later they follow Diego Barbosa and Edgar Zaldívar with 2.5 million dollars.

Gone are things like Miguel Tapias (Pachuca) and his 1.5 million dollars; as well as Ozziel Herrera (Atlas) and Roberto de la Rosa (Pachuca) with one million dollars.

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