Rayados de Monterrey soccer player, Héctor Moreno explained how some Mexican football leaders want to sell the old continent to Mexicans for amounts that do not match, preventing the exit of great prospects.
During Franco Escamilla’s “From Cerro de la Silla” event, Pandilla’s defender explained how complicated it is to export, explaining that part of the problem is training and high prices.
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“The issue of exporting players to Europe is difficult, because when there is a possibility, money issues, there are always obstacles with offers, I understand that football is a business and I am not one to criticize leaders, but At certain times, the player with one tries to win a lot of money with one player instead of thinking for a long time,” he said.
“Instead of selling, to make connections, a clause or percentage of the next sale to spread the name of Mexican football in Europe,” he said.
Moreno also pointed out the factors external to the game that make Mexican exports to the old continent so complicated.
“It starts from the grassroots, from young people they are not taught, they are not helped and they are not allowed to grow like those countries, that’s why they have so many players with such a small population. Then this There is genetics, food, a thousand things that the country should improve,” he concluded.
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