‘Five minutes’ this season as he leaves Anfield… ‘surprise’ Mexico as next destination

Liverpool midfielder Thiago Alcantara (32-Spain) is set to leave the club when his contract expires in June, and a move to the Mexican Liga MX has been suggested as his next destination. Club America are reportedly in talks with the player. It’s a ‘surprise’ move given that Thiago has never played in Liga MX and has never been linked to Club America.

“Club America are in talks with Thiago,” European soccer transfer market expert Ekrem Konur reported on social media on Monday (Sept. 9). Club America is best known for holding the record for the most Liga MX titles (14) and the most CONCACAF Champions Cup (CCC) titles (seven).

Thiago is expected to part ways with Liverpool at the end of the season. He has less than three months left until his contract expires, but hasn’t been offered a new deal. The Reds have no plans to keep the highly paid player, who has been out of the lineup since April last year with a hip injury and hasn’t helped his cause at all this season, making just five appearances.

Thiago, who signed a four-year contract when he joined Liverpool in 2020, earns a weekly wage of £200,000, according to real-life soccer club financial statistics outlet Capology. This is the third highest weekly wage in the world, behind Mohamed Salah (31-Egypt), who earns £350,000, and Virgil van Dijk (32-Netherlands), who earns £220,000.

If Thiago were to leave Liverpool this summer, he would most likely head to the Saudi Professional League or his native Brazil’s Campeonato Brasileiro Serie A, both of which offer huge salaries. In fact, he has been linked to Al Ahli, Al Ittifaq, and CR Flamengo since last year. However, negotiations with Club America have led to speculation of a ‘surprise’ Liga MX move.

According to local reports in Mexico, Thiago’s agent met with representatives from Club America to discuss the move. While the details of the negotiations are not known, it is believed 사설토토 that Thiago will join Club America this summer. It is already believed that Club America is looking to replace Alvaro Fidalgo (27-Spain), who is leaving the club soon.

Thiago made his professional debut for Barcelona in 2009, before moving on to Bayern Munich and finally joining Liverpool in 2020. In his first season with the Reds, he made his presence felt, performing well and injecting creativity into the attack every time he appeared. However, he hasn’t been able to play many games due to frequent injuries. In his career, he has played 98 games (3 goals, 6 assists).


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