Colombians in the Mexican League: Julián Quiñones is listed and Yairo Moreno loses value | Colombians Abroad

This Friday, the portal specialized in securities in the market (Transfermarkt), delivered the update on the Mexican League, in which there is a large presence of Colombian players. The main news is that Yairo Moreno, a Colombian National Team player, was devalued by 2.5 million euros and ceased to be the most valuable Colombian in football in that country.

Now, Julián Quiñones is the best quoted, after reaching its best value in the market. The Atlas attacker began to pick up since his departure from Tigres and the two-time championship with the red and black team. His good individual level even led him to be on the Liga MX roster in the All Star Game against MLS a few weeks ago. His promotion, of one million euros, allowed him to keep the first place in the Top 10 of the Colombians.

Yairo, who has lost prominence with León, appeared in the first half of 2022 with a value of 7 million euros. With this new update he fell to second place after losing 2.5 million in value. Another Colombian player who lost ground in the market was Roger Martínez, who was devalued by 700 thousand euros.

The only Colombian who appears among the 25 most valuable in the Mexican league is Quiñones, who also became the jewel of the Atlas. Others who had an important rebound were Harold Preciado, the former Deportivo Cali who managed to get into the top five; Nicolás Benedetti and Stiven Barreiro were also revalued.

The Top 10 of the most valuable Colombians in Mexico It remained like this:

1. Julián Quiñones (Atlas) – 6 million euros (+1.0M)
2. Yairo Moreno (Leon) – 4.5 million (-2.5M)
3. Duván Vergara (Monterrey) – 4.0 million (stayed)
4. Stefan Medina (Monterrey) – 3.5 million (stayed)
5. Harold Preciado (Santos) – 3.5 million (+0.5M)
6. Omar Fernandez (Puebla) – 3.5 million (retained)
7. Stiven Barreiro (León) – 3.0 million (+1.0M)
8. Luis Quiñones (Tigers) – 3.0 million (stayed)
9. Nicolas Benedetti (Mazatlan) – 3.0 million (+0.5M)
10. Roger Martinez (America) – 2.8 million (-0.7M)



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