The Liga MX will have its great appeal this Sunday with the classic dispute between Chivas and America. El Rebaño Sagrado and Las Aguilas are two of the biggest teams in Mexico and their fans are eagerly awaiting the match to begin. And to keep the duel between these two giants from Mexico moving, we analyze the two teams and present the most expensive players who will participate in the game.
Nicolás Benedetti and Isaác Brizuela have a value of 3.20 million euros. With 3.50 million euros appear Jorge Sánchez, the Uruguayan Sebastián Cáceres, Henry Martín, Ricardo Angulo, the Colombian Roger Martínez, Cristián Calderón and Fernando Beltrán; finally, Sebastián Córdova, the Uruguayan Federico Viñas and Uriel Antuna are valued at 4.50 million euros. But who are the three most valuable?
Alexis Vega: The under-23 selected for the CONCACAF Pre-Olympic opens the Top of the five most expensive of the National Classic, and despite not being in a great moment, he has proven talent and will probably seek to make a difference, as he has done in the Clásicos Tapatíos. At 23 years old, he is worth 4.50 million euros.
Richard Sánchez: With the arrival of the Argentine Santiago Solari to the bench, the Guaraní has not always been a starter and when he began to have regularity he was innocently expelled on Date 9. In any case, El Cachorro has maintained his same value, which it is five million euros.
José Juan Macías: The 21-year-old forward is not just the most expensive element of the National Classic but of the entire Liga MX, thanks to the performance he has had in recent years. JJ, who has been under observation by some clubs in Europe, has a value of ten million euros and aims to be the undisputed starter in the Sacred Herd standoff.