Héctor Herrera does not manage to be among the most valuable players in MLS, as he is outside the top 25, which have a price between 18.94 million dollars and 6.31 million greenbacks.
Héctor Herrera arrived to MLS after his time with Atlético de Madrid to join, officially, Houston Dynamo; however, despite his poster, the 'Zorro' is far from the 25 most valuable players in the U.S. league, and there is only one Mexican in that top.
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How much is Herrera worth now?
Herrera, who spent the last three years in the Colchonero team, went from more to less in terms of his market value, according to Transfermarkt, and when he moved from Porto to the Spanish team, his value was $23.15 million dollars. Meanwhile, now, it barely reaches 5.26 million dollars.
Despite Herrera's notorious arrival to the league, his devaluation was notorious and he is not among the most valuable players in MLS.
With this value, the 'Zorro' does not manage to be among the most valuable players in MLS, as he is outside the first 25 places, which have a price of between 18.94 million dollars and 6.31 million dollars.
The most valuable players in MLS
The most valuable player on the list is Thiago Almada, who plays for Atlanta United and is originally from Argentina. The midfielder is worth 18.94 million greenbacks. In second place, Josef Martínez, also of Atlanta United, is worth 13.15 million dollars.
In third place on the list of the most expensive players is Argentinean Valentín Castellanos, who plays for New York City with 12.62 million dollars. Emmanuel Reynoso, of Minnesota United, and Luiz Araujo, of Atlanta United, complete the top five with 10.52 million dollars, respectively.
In addition, there is only one Mexican in the top 25, and that is Alan Pulido, as the Sporting Kansas City striker is in 8th place among the most valuable players in MLS.
The striker from Tamaulipas has a cost of 8.42 million dollars and is below Alan Velasco of Dallas and Adam Buksa of the New England Revolution, who are worth 10.52 and 9.47 million dollars, respectively.
He beats Nashville's Hany Mukhtar and Atlanta United's Marcelino Moreno, who are ranked ninth and 10th on the list at $8.42 million each.
The remaining elements of the top-25 are mostly Latino and there are only nine Europeans, although four of these have dual nationality, while there is only one player from the United States.