Tigres, the Concacaf club that has spent the most money in the last 10 years

According to a FIFA study, Tigres de la UANL is the entity that has spent the most on transfers in the last decade, surpassing America and Monterrey.

MEXICO — Tigers is the team of the Concacaf has spent the most money on transfers in the last 10 years, according to the FIFA. Los Felinos, next to America and Monterrey, are the clubs in the area that have invested the most in the last decade of football.

According to a report from the body that governs world football published this Monday on international transfers highlights the staff of Tigers for his 57 signings he has made between 2010 and 2020. The feline club has spent a lot of money to strengthen its squad and Nicolás López is the most expensive transfer, according to the Transfermarkt site.

The Uruguayan striker reached Tigers from the International at the beginning of 2020 and had a cost of 9 million euros. Below ‘Nico’ are the signings of Mexican footballers Jurgen Damm and Carlos Salcedo, who cost 8.85 and 8.80 million euros, respectively.

In the FIFA report, the amount that the royal team has disbursed was not specified, but according to figures handled by Transfermarkt, the El ‘Volcán’ team has spent more than $ 150 million between 2010 and 2020.

America and Striped They complete the podium of the Concacaf clubs that have spent the most money on transfers in the last 10 years. The azulcremas have made 38 hires while Monterrey has made 37 transfers.

The most expensive Americanist signings have been Darwin Quintero from Santos and Roger Martinez, who came from Villarreal in Spain. Colombian players cost the America more than eight million euros each.

By the Monterrey, Rodolfo Pizarro is the most expensive hiring in the last decade of the institution when he was bought for 14.5 million euros from Chivas. Below the Mexican is Maximiliano Meza, who came to Rayados from Independiente for more than 13 million euros.

Among the 10 Concacaf clubs there are only teams from Liga MX and MLS, highlighting the presence of the Blue Cross and Tijuana. On the part of United States football are the Atlanta United, Toronto fc, Los Angeles FC, LA Galaxy and Portland Timbers.