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Pumas: How much did your three Brazilians cost you?

We tell you about the UNAM Pumas and how much did their three Brazilians who currently play in the Clausura 2022 squad cost them; Diogo de Oliveira, Rogerio and Higor Meritao they have become elements that give something to talk about at the beginning of the tournament.

They are three footballers who Pumas has achieved without having to invest large amounts of money and for Andrés Lillini are the reinforcements that they have been able to get. These Brazilians arrived at the club for the Apertura 2021 tournament and the reality is that they still have a long way to go to be considered important in the Felino team.

Pumas have five footballers who debuted with a goal in their squad

How much did they pay?

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For this reason, here we tell you about the Pumas and how much his three Brazilians cost him. Diogo de Oliveira, Rogerio and Higor Meritao, the soccer players who seem to wake up to the delight of the University students.

Diogo de Oliveira

Called ‘Black Panther’, the soccer player arrived at Pumas as a one year loan with option to buyto; your letter belongs to Colony Square of Uruguay. It is speculated that in May of this 2022 the Felines would have to put a figure of 2 million dollars.

Diogo de Oliveira, one of the Brazilian Pumas of UNAM for Clausura 2022


José Rogério de Oliveira Melo is a footballer who arrived completely free from Esporte Clube Bahia; in this way the University students became the services of the ‘Neymar del Nordeste’. It is unknown how long he has a contract with Pumas

Higor Meritao

20-year-old midfielder is one year loan with purchase option with the Feline team. Your letter belongs to the Associação Ferroviária de Esportes and the Pumas have until June 2022 to pay for the footballer but his letter is valued at 1.1 million dollars; The amount to be paid is unknown at this time. Merit has a contract with Ferroviária until May 2024.

Nicolás Freire, the longest contract of Pumas UNAM

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