The 4 highest paid players in Liga MX in the 2024 season – La Opinion

The 4 highest paid players in Liga MX in the 2024 season – La Opinion

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Mexican soccer continues to be one of the most important and profitable businesses today. relevance throughout the Aztec nation, with a fairly significant purchasing power thanks especially to all the fans who week after week do not lose any detail at all of the 18 clubs that make up the first division of the championship, the Liga MX.

In the world of Mexican foot ball there is a great variety of players that make up the squads of the teams, and the clubs that have a greater margin of money management can afford to sign the best available players, knowing that for this to happen they must pay large amounts of salaries to them. The Monterrey teams, those from Guadalajara and those from the capital of the Mexican nation have always been a class apart for being the same ones with the reach they can achieve, often having quite expensive payrolls, even when the results are sometimes not as expected.

It may sound meaningless to some, but there is a select group of players who do life in Liga MX who receive large amounts of money for showing their talent on the playing field, and these are the 4 highest paid in the championship.

Who are the five players with the best salary?

Fernando Gorriarán -Tigres

In fourth place is the Uruguayan, born on November 27, 1994 in Montevideo. He plays as a midfielder and is known for his ability to distribute the game and his versatility on the field, which makes him a very valuable player. He has made a life in clubs such as River Plate of Uruguay, Ferencváros of Hungary and Santos Laguna of Mexico. In addition to this, he has been called up for the Uruguayan senior national team, standing out for his good performance at the international level. Currently, Gorriarán is earning 3.5 million Mexican pesos per month from the Tigres, 118 thousand per day, 4,916 per hour, 82 per minute.

Rogelio Funes Mori -Pumas

He is an Argentine soccer player who has Mexican nationality, born on March 5, 1991 in Mendoza, Argentina.. He plays as a striker and is known for his great scoring ability. Funes Mori has defended the shirts of clubs such as River Plate in Argentina, Benfica in Portugal and Monterrey in Mexico, where he has established himself as one of the club’s highest level scorers. He has also been called up for the Mexican soccer team. After being transferred to the Pumas, the goalscoring forward now pockets 5.3 million pesos per month, 179 thousand per day, 7,458 per hour, 124 per minute.

The good son came home

Javier “Chicharito” Hernández-Chivas

He was born on June 1, 1988 in Guadalajara, Jalisco. His natural position is as a forward and he is recognized as a born goalscorer in the clubs where he made his life, also being an important piece in the scheme of the coaches for whom he played. ‘Chicharito’ has made life in clubs such as Chivas de Guadalajara, Manchester United, Real Madrid, Bayer Leverkusen, West Ham United, Sevilla and recently his last team before arriving back in Mexico was the LA Galaxy of Major League Soccer (MLS).

He is also the all-time top scorer for the Mexican national team, with whom he has played numerous championships around the world. Upon his return to the flock he managed to agree on a contract for 5.6 million pesos per month, 188 thousand per day, 7 thousand 833 per hour, 130 per minute.

France at home

André-Pierre Gignac – Tigers

French footballer, born on December 5, 1985 in Martigues, France. He works in the field of the game as a striker and is known for his great scoring ability and technical ability. Gignac has had a past in high-level and high-profile clubs such as Lorient, Toulouse and Olympique de Marseille in France. Since the 2015 season, he has played for Tigres UANL in Mexico’s Liga MX, where he has stood out as one of the top scorers and has contributed to multiple team championships.

In addition, he has been called up for the French national team, with whom he has done life in various tournaments and championships at an international level. The tiger scorer has established himself as one of the best foreigners to have come to Mexican soccer, so the 6.5 million pesos per month, 216 thousand per day, 9 thousand per hour and 150 per minute that he currently earns could be justified.

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