After the tough elimination in the semifinals of Liga MX, and in the midst of a sexual scandal involving several of its players, America's already thinking about the future. In this sense, in the last hours the hiring of its first reinforcement was confirmed in view of the resumption of the competition.
This' Salvador Reyes, a 23-year-old player from Puebla who will report to the capital of the Mexican country once his vacation is over. Former of the extinct Monarcas Morelia, Chava arrived in 2019 at the Camoteros, where little by little he was gaining a place in the team, but it wasn't until the arrival of Nicolás Larcamón as coach that he became an immovable of the starting eleven, performing as lateral or steering wheel on the left.
How much did America pay for Salvador Reyes?
According to the specialized transfer site, Transfermarkt, the player who emerged from Atlético Morelia is valued at 2 million euros, about 2.44 million dollars. Reyes has raised the price of him exponentially in his last two seasons with La Franja, remembering that in both they have reached the Liguilla; first to the Quarterfinals and now to a Semifinal.
In June 2020, Reyes was valued at 700 thousand euros, a price that he maintained until December of that year, but in his last revision he made the jump to 2 million euros, the best valuation in his entire career.
It's rumored that América would put Carlos Vargas in the transaction for the signing of Salvador Reyes with the intention of reducing his cost. Vargas, loaned to Mazatlán FC, is valued at 1 million euros, about 1.2 million dollars, which would reduce the transfer of Reyes by 50%.