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Marco Fabian signs for Eintracht Frankfurt from Chivas

Another Mexican joins the Bundesliga.

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Marco Fabian has left Chivas to join Eintracht Frankfurt on a three-year deal, the Liga MX club announced on Friday.

Fabian, 26, was allowed to move to the Bundesliga side with a rumored fee of around $4 million agreed.

The midfielder leaves Chivas after scoring 56 goals in 225 appearances for the club. In addition, Fabian was a member of the Mexico national team during the 2014 World Cup.

Fabian had attracted interest from Major League Soccer and was reportedly being targeted by a number of German clubs.

He joins Ricardo Osorio, Pavel Pardo, Aaron Galindo, Francisco "Maza" Rodriguez, Andres Guardado, and Javier "Chicharito" Hernandez among players from Mexico to play in the Bundesliga.

Before Fabian leaving, Chivas had announced the signings of Orbelin Pineda and Carlos Alberto "Gullit" Peña to their midfield for the 2016 Clausura.