Tigres, a team specialized in repatriating Mexican players from Europe, points to Diego Lainez

ESPN presents the players that Tigres has returned to their ranks from Europe and what their performance has been

The Mexican striker Diego Laínez He remains in a ‘crisis’ due to a lack of minutes on the field since his arrival in European football at the beginning of 2019 with Real Betis in Spain, which has permeated until bragaa Portuguese club with which he is currently on loan and with which he has seen the same fate since the start of the 2022-23 season.

Faced with this situation, teams from the MX League What America Y tigers have knocked on the doors of Diego Laínez to find out his situation and repatriate the 22-year-old attacker, although Las Águilas, the club of which he is a youth squad, rejected his salary claims that would place him as the best paid in the team.

For his part, the coach of tigersDiego Cocca, opened the doors of the team so that Diego Laínez join the squad, as he considers that he has “characteristics” that the other players at his disposal do not have, so the bronze medalist in Tokyo 2020 can join the list of players that the club has repatriated from furbol European.

For this reason, ESPN presents the Mexican players that Tigres has repatriated to Liga MX and what their performance has been.

Francisco Fonseca

The ‘Kikin‘ let Blue Cross once the 2006 World Cup Germany concluded to sign with Benfica, a Portuguese club with which he only stayed for one semester, in which he played 15 duels and scored five times. In early 2007, tigers announced the signing of Fonseca, who remained with the club until the end of 2010, after playing 116 games and scoring 16 times.

omar bravo

At the beginning of 2008, after six months with Deportivo La Corunain which he barely played 20 games taking all competitions into account, omar bravo returned to Liga MX to sign with tigersa team in which he remained irregularly for another semester, with only six games played and without a goal, to return after Chivas.

Carlos Salcido

After a year with fulham in which he was a regular starter and gave good performances, Salcido left English football in 2011 due to problems of a social and tigers beat teams like Monterey, Pachuca Y America to get their services.

With the feline club, Salcido played 67 games and won both the 2011 Apertura trophy in Liga MX and the 2014 Copa MX Clausura.

javier aquino

At the beginning of 2013, the Oaxacan attacker left for Spain to sign with villarreala team with which he stayed for a season and a half before leaving for Vallecano Ray after 43 games on his record and just one goal. With the Vallecas club, Not here He played the 2014-15 season, in which he participated in 24 duels and did not see a goal.

tigers interested in his return to the MX League for the 2015-16 cycle and currently remains in the feline squad, with more than 260 games played and 30 goals. It is worth mentioning that his record in the local competition is made up of four league trophies (Apertura 2015, Apertura 2016, Apertura 2017, Clausura 2019), and three Champion of Champions (2016, 2017, 2018).

carlos salcedo

From Chivasduring the summer of 2016 the transfer of carlos salcedo to Fiorentinaa club with which he played 18 games throughout the season, to later move to Germany with eintracht frankfurta team in which he did not find regularity during three semesters and 26 games on record.

In January 2019, tigers announced the return of Salcedo to the institution, since he left the feline basic forces, and left for Toronto F.C. three years later, after a performance repeatedly questioned by the fans, with a total of 102 games played and seven goals.

Diego Reyes

After a journey through European football that spanned from 2013 to 2019, which included the Porto, Real society, Spanish, leganes Y fenerbahce, Diego Reyes returned to the MX League thanks to tigersthe club with which he currently works and with which he has played 36 duels.

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Tigres, a team specialized in repatriating Mexican players from Europe, points to Diego Lainez