Mexican striker Ronaldo Cisneros left Chivas to play in the current MLS season with Atlanta United. He has been consolidating in this club and he is increasingly happy to play and live in the United States.
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In the short time that he has been in soccer in the United States, Ronaldo Cisneros has identified the differences between MLS and Liga MX. One of them is that in North America they give more opportunities to young people to go to Europe.
Ronaldo Cisneros sees more opportunities in MLS than in Liga MX
"Mexico has a fairly good structure of basic forces, here you have a different model, but also quite successful, but the big difference that I see is that here they let players leave for Europe at an earlier age and in Mexico it costs a little more than the clubs let the players out and take that experience that they are having here, because playing in Europe at a young age gives you a lot for the rest of your career and to help the national team'', said Ronaldo Cisneros .
The player sees similar things between MLS and Liga MX: “They are two very similar leagues in terms of level. When I was in the Liga MX I thought it was better, but now that I'm here I think the MLS is better, but the reality is that they are two quite competitive leagues, both in Mexico and here, any team can be champion”.
Ronaldo Cisneros played in Liga MX for the Santos Laguna and Chivas teams. Now in the MLS he has had a good participation with Atlanta United.