Brayan Angulo is a new Toluca player in the Mexican League: he was offered to the FPC | Colombians Abroad

the vallecaucano Brayan Angle It was made official in the last few hours by his new club, Toluca from Mexico. This becomes his fourth team in Liga MX after having appeared in Jaguares de Chiapas, Puebla and Tijuana, the latter with which he signed in 2021, playing 48 games and scoring two goals.

The former player of América de Cali, the only team with which he has played in the FPC, would have been wanted by a couple of clubs in the Betplay League, however, his high salary did not allow any negotiations to be forged and he could return to the country. It should be remembered that ‘Chico’ Angulo left the ‘Red Devils’ in 2007 to set course for Europe. For now, his future will continue to be in Mexico.

The journalist Julián Capera, from ESPN, had reported that Brayan Angulo, now a new Toluca player, had been planning to return to the FPC. “It was offered to a couple of teams in our country, but competing with Liga MX salaries is complicated,” he said.

Toluca welcomed the Colombian through his social networks saying: “A Colombian with a lot of speed and experience is already a devil. Welcome to hell.”

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