Four of the 15 most expensive transfers so far in the winter transfer window of football in the world are the MX League, according to a publication of the Italian middle Tuttomercatoweb, which emphasizes that two of them are carried out by the Mexicans Orbelín Pineda and Alexis Vega.
Two Mexicans in the 15 most expensive transfers of the winter market
The top of the table belongs to Christian Pulisic and the 64 million euros that Chelsea paid to Borussia Dortmund to take over the services of the American footballer. In the second position is Lucas Paqueta, who went from Flamengo to Milan for 35 million euros.
Until the eighth position is the first negotiation of Mexican football, there are the 13 million euros that Monterrey released the Independent to sign the Argentine Maximiliano Meza. This transfer is tied with that of Benik Afoe, who went from Wolverhamptom to Stoke City.
For 10 million euros there are three negotiations. The first located in the ninth step is to Víctor Dávila who went from Necaxa to Pachuca, followed by that of Orbelín Pineda de Guadalajara and Cruz Azul step Alphonso Davies Vancouver Whitecaps Bayern Munich.
The last are two negotiations of eight million euros, first there is Alexis Vega and his transfer from Toluca to Guadalajara and George Saville from Milwall to Middlesbrough.