Major League Soccer, the best client of Liga MX – La Opinion

Major League Soccer, the best client of Liga MX – La Opinion

Regarding the recent signing of the Portland Timbers team of the Major League Soccer (MLS), the Uruguayan Jonathan “Cabecita” Rodríguez for close to 5 million dollars, It should be noted that in the last decade, American soccer teams have become the best client of Liga MX, disbursing almost 100 million dollars in search of strengthening their different squads.

The above is clear from the data provided by specialized transfer portals such as Football Transfers and Transfermarkt, which establish that the Mexican market has been very attractive for the teams of the American Union in their desire to promote the MLS to greater levels, as a professional soccer entity in the country of Allende and its borders.

According to this data, MLS teams have disbursed a total of close to 100 million dollars, amount that in relation to the cost benefit that hiring talent from Mexican teams has had for North American teams, according to these figures, the investment has been worth it.

It is true that, from a commercial point of view, the top brass of the MLS have not minded disbursing million-dollar figures. with the purpose of consolidating soccer in the United States and to show a button with the signing of one of the two greatest stars of world soccer like Lionel Messi, whose federative rights were acquired by Inter Miami from Paris Saint Germain.

Even the recent contract that the MLS signed to transmit the signal of its games with the company Apple TV+, Without a doubt, they are the best examples of what may be of interest to North American teams at the moment.

Another interesting point along with the signing of players like Rodolfo Pizarro, Alan Pulido, Brian Fernández, Omar Campos, Ake Loba, among some others, such as the most recent case of the Uruguayan Jonathan Rodriguez, who from América will go on to play for the Portland Timbers.

For more information, among the 100 highest-cost signings in the MLS, the reality is that Mexican teams exceed more than the average, which implies the importance of Liga MX in being a supplier of soccer values ​​for North American teams.

In this sense, the Mexican teams that in one way or another have negotiated with MLS teams for their players to emigrate, can be counted: Monterrey (2 players), Morelia (now Mazatlán, 2 players) and with one Necaxa, Chivas, Tigres, Pachuca, Atlas, Santos, Puebla, América and Tijuana.

So far, the Liga MX player for whom the most money has been paid is Rodolfo Pizarro, who Inter Miami paid almost 12 million dollars, followed by Argentine Brian Fernández from Portland and Alan Pulido from Kansas.

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Finally, they were able to exceed five million dollars more than the sporting goals in the future of the Uruguayan Jonathan Rodríguez in the MLS Photo: Etzel Espinosa/Imago7.

Then the Argentine Lucas Zelayarán of the Columbus Crew, the Argentine Gustavo Bou of the New England Revolutions, the Peruvian Raúl Ruídíaz of the Seattle Sounders, the Ivorian Ake Loba of Nashville, the Colombian Cristian Arango of Real Salt Lake City, the Mexican Omar Campos of the LAFC and now the Uruguayan Jonathan Rodríguez of the Portland Timbers.

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