The tournament is over and it is time for teams to look for reinforcements for the Liga MX tournament, so here are the rumors and confirmed transfers for the Clausura 2022.
The transfer window usually ends in the last week of January, which will be the date when teams have to register incoming and outgoing players.
Therefore, in the coming weeks confirmed transfers and rumors will be the topics dominating the main sports sites.
That is why is important to follow Liga MX teams closely to know which transfers were achieved and which ones remained only rumors.
Many Mexican media have already confirmed that the player from Liga Expansión (the second division of Mexican soccer) will arrive in Guadalajara, but an official announcement is still needed.
According to press reports, America has already asked Puebla about the transfer cost of the player, who is one of the most valuable players in this winter transfer market.
The Brazilian could be the bomb signing of this transfer market. There have been rumors that both America and Tigres tried to sign him for their teams, but apparently these were rumors since the player claims not to have been contacted by these clubs.
Gallos Blancos de Queretaro
The Gallos are one of the teams that have reinforced their roster for the upcoming season.
José Enrique Angulo
The "Tin" Angulo is confirmed to join Querétaro, according to Mexican media reports.
The player is currently owned by Xolos de Tijuana and is currently on loan with Independiente del Valle, from Ecuador's Serie A.
So far the player is undergoing rehabilitation, but he will not return to the Ecuadorian team, in order to join the Gallos for the Clausura 2022.
Atletico San Luis
Sambueza reached an agreement to become a reinforcement for the team from Potosí, once both parties agreed on the player's payment.
The naturalized Mexican national will sign for one year with the team, with an option to renew for another year.
Sambueza left Toluca and was released by the club after the new coach, Ignacio Ambriz, let him know that he was not part of his plans.
According to sports channel ESPN, the Pumas youth player is liked by the Pumas board and it is only a matter of time before his arrival at the club is confirmed.
The player did not have a good season with Bravos de Juárez, his previous team, and only played 4 games in total.
The Bravos even had an option to buy the player, but "Tuca" Ferreti, the team's coach, did not take him into account to play for the team.
In the absence of confirmation of his arrival at the Diablos Rojos, Leo Fernández is already part of the squad and it is only a matter of time before the team announces his signing.
The Cuban-born Argentinean goalkeeper completed his six-month loan with Club Sol de América of Paraguay and is expected to report to the Diablos soon to begin training.