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The Mexican player who refused to play this year in MLS

This Mexican soccer player was not interested in playing in the MLS

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MLS has become an attractive league for various international players. The option of living in the United States seduces soccer players to contract with the North American cubes.

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Soccer in the United States has become interesting for Mexican soccer players who in recent years have decided to play for various MLS clubs.

Players like Javier Hernández, Carlos Vela, Alan Pulido, Héctor Herrera, among others have decided to play in the MLS than in Liga MX.

Johan Vásquez rejected the MLS

This season the MLS clubs tried to hire one of the new stars of the Mexican National Team, Johan Vásquez, a footballer who was relegated with Genoa to Serie B in Italy.

Johan Vásquez did not accept the attractive offers from MLS and preferred to continue in Italy by signing with his new club Cremonense.

Vásquez is not interested in living in the United States at the moment and prefers to continue his career in Europe to play in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

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Jose Castro

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