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What is the market value of Jeremy Márquez, the player who humiliated Chivas in the quarterfinals of the Liguilla MX 2022?

Jeremy Márquez, at 21 years of age, stood out in the Liguilla against Chivas with a brace that gave his team the win in the first leg of the quarter-final.

The Atlas player is only 21 years old and was part of the 2021 Apertura champion team.
The Atlas player is only 21 years old and was part of the 2021 Apertura champion team.

Atlas homegrown midfielder Ángel Jeremy Márquez Castañeda, who scored two goals during the first leg of the Clausura 2022 quarterfinals, is currently worth US$4 million and there was even speculation that Cádiz was interested in his signature, according to websites related to the Cadiz club.

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The young promise of the Rojinegros youth academy is a native of Guadalajara, Jalisco, and at 21 years and 10 months old, he has 64 Liga MX games with Atlas, in which he has scored four goals.

At his young age, his individual track record includes winning the Apertura 2021 title, which ended a 70-year drought without a league trophy for the rojinegros.

In that final series, Márquez Castañeda was a starter in the first leg, remained on the field for 75 minutes, and in the second leg, he remained on the pitch until the Rojinegros lifted their second league trophy, on December 12, 2021.

When did Jeremy Márquez make his debut?

January 11, 2020, will be another date that Jeremy Márquez will not forget, as he experienced a dream professional debut on the field of the Azteca Stadium against Cruz Azul in Week 1 of the Clausura when he came on as a starter and took 43 minutes to score his first goal in the maximum circuit, which ultimately led his team to a 1-2 victory.

After that afternoon, the novel midfielder waited 416 days to celebrate another goal of his own, as he sealed Atlas' 3-1 win over Atlético de San Luis on Week 9 of the Clausura 2021.

Despite the fact that during the Clausura 2022 Jeremy Márquez lost prominence and the starting role to Edgar Zaldívar, due to a drop-in play, coach Diego Cocca found again that version of the player who dazzled with his flashes.

After the match against Gallos Blancos, Jeremy Márquez returned to the starting lineup with Atlas for the last seven matches in the regular phase and his best moment in the tournament came hand in hand with the Liguilla of the current tournament, as he scored a brace against Chivas, the Zorros' fierce rival, which in the end meant an advantage for the match at the Jalisco Stadium (1-2), which will define a semifinalist in the competition.

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