There was a total of 44 transfers confirmed during yesterday´s draft, and a total of over 20 million dollars spent.
Below we have gone over the clubs that were the major movers and shakers over the past domestic transfer window, but here is the run-down of the rest.
Perhaps the biggest name is starlet Elias Hernandez, who moved from Pachuca to champions Tigres, which are building a 35-man squad to fight for the Clausura, Copa Libertadores and the CONCACAF Champions League over the next 12 months.
The other major movers were Estudiantes Tecos and San Luis. Both were, perhaps, rolling the dice after below-par campaigns last time out.
Here´s a roundup of the rest of the transfers:
ESTUDIANTES TECOS - IN
Edgar Solís (Atlante)
Alejandro Castro (from Cruz Azul)
Gabriel Pereyra (from Puebla)
José Antonio Castro (from Necaxa)
Michel Vazquez (from Chivas)
MORELIA - IN
Joel Huiqui (from Cruz Azul)
Óscar Razo (from Jaguares)
Christian Valdez (from Jaguares)
PACHUCA - IN
Néstor Vidrio (from Atlas)
Javier Ledezma (from Chivas)
PUEBLA - IN
Brayan Adán Martínez (from Monterrey)
Luis Ángel Landín (from Atlante)
Jonathan Lacerda (from Atlas)
SAN LUIS - IN
William Paredes (from Monterrey)
Diego Ordaz (from Atlante)
César Villaluz (from Cruz Azul)
Óscar Pérez (from Necaxa)
Luis Alfonso Rodríguez (from Monterrey)
Jesús Roberto Sánchez (from Atlante