The crew changed the ship, but not the destination. The Tricolor Legion in Europe has been renewed for this season with outstanding moves, unexpected changes and risky bets in the search for putting Mexico above.
Edson Alvarez He took part in a “Machín” movement. After four seasons at Ajax, the midfielder took a leap in his career by moving to West Ham, who paid €38 million for the Mexican’s services.
The youth squad only played in three games America He has already won the affection of Hammers fans and hopes to become a reference for the Londoners at 25 years old. Edson won’t be the only representative in the Premier League Raul Jiménez He also changed colors to face a new challenge with Fulham.
The Mexican striker ended his five-year adventure with Wolves and is now hoping for a reunion with the Cottagers, who opted for the “Lobo” following the departure of Aleksandar Mitrovic. In Spain, Cesar Montes He fought until the end and stayed in the first division against Almería, who paid 14 million euros for the “Cachorro”, making him the most expensive signing in the history of the Indálicos.
The Eredivisie lost two parts with the departures Jorge Sanchez (postage) and Eric Gutierrez (Chivas), but has an old friend back Lozano is hired who shone at PSV for a few years and is now thirsting for glory. Luis Chavez He held on to the European dream and fulfilled it with Dinamo Moscow, just like Rodolfo Pizarro, who will have his first experiences on the old continent with AEK.
The “Basque” wants more on Mallorca
After rescuing Mallorca and taking it closer to Europe with 22-23, the Bermellones kept Javier Aguirre on the bench and, for this course, strengthened the squad with players like Cyle Larin and Sergi Darder, with whom they hope to keep the category Why not, look forward to tournaments from the old continent.
MEXICANS IN EUROPE 2023-2024
Age position of the league and state player team
|LaLiga – Spain (3)||Andres Guardado||Betis||36||Half|
|Cesar Montes||From Espanyol to Almeria||26||Defend|
|Julian Araujo||From Barcelona to Las Palmas||22||Defend|
|LaLiga 2 – Spain (2)||Jordan Carrillo||Sporting Gijon||21||Half|
|Esteban Lozano||Sporting Gijon||20||Forward|
|Premier League – Inglaterra (2)||Raul Jiménez||From Wolves to Fulham||32||Forward|
|Edson Alvarez||The Ajax a West Ham||25||Half|
|Serie A – Italy (2)||Guillermo Ochoa||Salernitana||38||goalie|
|Johan Vasquez||De Cremonese in Genoa||24||Defend|
|Eredivisie – Netherlands (2)||Santiago Gimenez||Feyenoord||22||Forward|
|Lozano is hired||From Naples to PSV||28||Extreme|
|Primeira Liga – Portugal (2)||Jorge Sanchez||From Ajax to Porto||25||Laterally|
|Super League – Greece (2)||Orbelin Pineda||AEK Athens||27||Half|
|Rodolfo Pizarro||From Inter Miami to AEK Atenas||29||Half|
|Jupiler League – Belgium (1)||Gerardo Arteaga||Genk||25||Left side|
|Russian Prime Minister (1)||Luis Chavez||Moscow Dynamo||27||Half|