The team of Rayados de Monterrey knows how to burst the transfer market and this Opening 2022 cannot be the exception; a team that knows wel
Rayados de Monterrey knows how to burst the transfer market
The team of Rayados de Monterrey knows how to burst the transfer market and this Opening 2022 cannot be the exception; a team that knows well what it means to spend money on soccer players and be one of the best squads in Mexican soccer.
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During the last years, in Monterrey have always worked to have a robust squad and to consolidate itself as the best in Mexican soccer. Although this has not guaranteed him titles, it has been one of the clubs that pays the most attention during the market.
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There have been several names with those that Rayados has managed to break the market; both in domestic and international transactions, where he has stood out for his ability to negotiate.
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Thus, Rayados de Monterrey knows how to burst the transfer market, something that has already consistently demonstrated; on several occasions he has got the footballers he wants in his squad.
At the time they managed to climb to the $16 million by Rodolfo Pizarro, soccer player who came from Chivas de Guadalajara. They later paid $14 million for a footballer like Maximilian Mezaa highly talented Argentine from Independiente de Avellaneda.
Without a doubt, you have to put on the table the 1$0 million what they spent on Vincent Janssen; Dutch footballer who came from Tottenham Hotspur. Then came items like Aké Loba or Avilés Hurtado, each for about 8 million dollars.
On a next step are names like those of Dorlan Pabón, Jonathan Urretaviscaya, Jesús Gallardo and Esteban Andrada. But these are soccer players who at the time represented a turning point in the national market, all of them oscillating between 6 and 7 million dollars to hire them.
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