After witnessing the departure of Hirving "Chucky" Lozano to PSV, Pachuca prepares to start a new chapter, which will include the club's participation in December's Club World Cup. The process of molding the next "Chucky" has already begun, but it must be highlighted that Los Tuzos are not only worried about producing excellent attackers but also focused on every other position of the field. Producing players of the caliber of Lozano, Hector Herrera and Rodolfo Pizarro, all of whom have left for...
Tigres striker Andre-Pierre Gignac will not be going MLS this summer, following rumors he had traveled to the United States to start negotiations with the LA Galaxy.
The Liga MX club's president said the French striker was in California to visit Disneyland with his family.
"He went to visit Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck with his family," said Tigres president Alejandro Rodriguez on Wednesday.
Gignac left Mexico at the end of the Clausura 2017 under a cloud after Tigres lost the Liga MX final to Chivas....
SOCHI, Russia -- Mexico international Hirving Lozano has said he is delighted to have signed for PSV Eindhoven from Pachuca and is ready to focus on the national team after a protracted transfer saga.
Lozano had flown from Kazan to the Netherlands after Mexico's 2-2 Confederations Cup draw with Portugal on Sunday to sign the deal.
He joined his Mexico teammates at the team hotel in Sochi on Tuesday ahead of Wednesday's Group A match against New Zealand.
"It's a beautiful stage of my life,"...
Mexico winger Hirving Lozano has temporarily left the team at the Confederations Cup in Russia to sign a contract with Dutch club PSV Eindhoven.
Coach Juan Carlos Osorio confirmed that Lozano had not travelled to Sochi with the rest of El Tri but would return on Tuesday, one day before Mexico's second game against New Zealand.
PSV said later on Monday that Lozano had agreed a six-year contract, with the 21-year-old's move from Pachuca set to be completed.
West Ham United are ready to sell Enner Valencia to Mexican side Tigres, sources close to the London club have told ESPN FC.
Valencia, 27, spent last season on loan at Everton, but they have opted against making the move permanent.
The Ecuador international made five starts in the Premier League during his stint at Everton and scored just three goals in 30 appearances in all competitions.
Valencia is well down the pecking order at West Ham, and manager Slaven Bilic is prepared to let him move on...