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Xolos from Tijuana: Colombians, good business for the Pack

within the Xolos from Tijuana the Colombians have been a good business for the Pack; elements that have arrived at the Border and have left

Xolos from Tijuana: Colombians, good business for the Pack


within the Xolos from Tijuana the Colombians have been a good business for the Pack; elements that have arrived at the Border and have left the club well sold. Mauro Manotas is the next listed in this list.

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In sports management Xolos have done good things and to show it is the large number of signings that end up resold at good prices; quality South American players who have paid off economically for the team.

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In the case of Colombians, even its two largest sales have come this way; being his nationality that leaves good money in the coffers of the Border team.

Colombians, they are good for Xolos

In this way, aboute Xolos from Tijuana we present to you the Colombians who have turned out to be a good deal for the Pack; soccer players who left good profits in their coffers and who sold at important prices.

To begin with, there is the case of Duvier Riascos, who was negotiated with Tuzos de Pachuca for an amount of 8 million dollars; the ‘Culebra’, however, did not end up working in Hidalgo.

On the other hand, it is Avilés Hurtado who left Tijuana to get to Rayados de Monterrey who paid about 7.8 million dollars for your letter. A soccer player who did not finish paying off in the Monterrey ranks either.

Then there are items like Edwin Cardona who could get 3.2 million dollars that they paid in Racing de Avellaneda; in case of Dayro Moreno is particular, it is known that they received 700 thousand dollars from Atlético Nacional to have him on loan, but his purchase option was valued at 5.2 million dollars, however, it could not be confirmed that this amount was paid for its sale in 2017.

Finally, Xolos paid for Mauro Manotas 4 million dollars and before an imminent signing in the MLS with Columbus Crew, it is expected that he will leave for a higher figure than the Rojinegros paid.

Dayro Moreno, one of the most remembered Colombians in Xolos de Tijuana

Joaquín Montecinos will not last long in Xolos de Tijuana