Atletico Madrid forward Fernando Torres could be on the verge of moving to Liga MX club Queretaro, according to multiple sources consulted by ESPN Mexico.
Negotiations with the 33-year-old free agent and Atletico Madrid legend are "very advanced," according to the sources, and a deal could be struck as early as this week, even though the transfer deadline for international moves in Liga MX is Sept. 5.
Queretaro shocked Mexican football once before when the club signed Ronaldinho in September 2014.
The Liga MX Clausura regular season has come to a close, and what better way to round up the action as we head into the Liguilla than with our awards? ESPN FC asked our experts Tom Marshall, Nayib Moran, Cesar Hernandez and Eric Gomez for their picks for best player, biggest flop and more:
Aviles Hurtado, FW, Club Tijuana
No player has made a greater contribution to his team's success this regular season, with Hurtado notching up eight goals and four assists. The forward is the very...
United States international midfielder Luis Gil has completed his loan to Orlando City from Mexico's Queretaro, the MLS club announced on Thursday.
Orlando had to pay Real Salt Lake $100,000 in targeted allocation money for the 23-year-old's MLS rights, to be delivered in 2018.
The deal includes an option for Orlando to purchase Gil from Queretaro outright at the end of the season, but if he does not sign with the Lions past this year, RSL will pay Orlando $50,000 in TAM and get back the player's...
The loan deal to bring Queretaro midfielder Luis Gil to MLS side Orlando City is nearing completion, multiple sources have told ESPN FC.
ESPN's Julie Stewart-Binks first reported the potential move on March 27, only for MLSSoccer.com to report that a snag over the financial terms had occurred, casting doubt over whether the deal would be finalized.
But the two sides have been able to agree on the terms, with one source indicating that Gil, 23, has made arrangement to fly to Orlando on Wednesday.