There's transfer movement all over the Mexican Primera at the moment, but there are four teams in particular making bigger waves than the rest of the field in the FMF Draft. Tijuana Xolos are stocking up to stay in the Primera, while Pachuca, Estudiantes Tecos, and Santos Laguna are in the midst of complete roster overhauls. Meanwhile, UANL Tigres are getting stronger to no one's surprise, while UNAM Pumas are trying to get younger and Cruz Azul now has the Mexican national team starting midfield. Here's a breakdown of this morning's biggest moves. Earlier transfers can be found here.
Tijuana Xolos add: Leandro Augusto, Dayro Moreno, Fernando Arce
Estudiantes Tecos add: Jose Reyes, Rodrigo Ruiz, Dulio Davino (in addition to Gomez, Luna)
Pachuca add: Jaime Ayovi, Juan Carlos Silva, Horacio Cervantes (in addition to Cejas, Escueda)
Santos add: Aaron Galindo, Cesar Alberto Ibanez (in addition to Suarez)
Galindo, who was frozen out at Chivas, is expected to replace defender Jonathan Lacerda, who is rumored to be moving to Atlas. Cruz Azul have added Israel Castro from Santos and have sent Gonzalo Pineda to Puebla in the process, while Edgar Pacheco has completed his anticipated move from Atlas to Tigres.
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