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BOLAVIP 🔵 ‘Chucky’ Lozano on MLS vs Liga MX debate

The Mexican national team winger is set for a move to San Diego FC. Lozano is slated to be paid between $7-9 million annually.

Hirving Lozano of Mexico
© IMAGO / Agencia-MexSportHirving Lozano of Mexico

Hirving Lozano has made his choice; he is off to Major League Soccer and San Diego FC. Lozano is another big-name Mexican player who is making his way to MLS and is set for a record salary starting in 2025.

San Diego FC, the league’s 30th team, wants to make a major splash in their first season of MLS play, and Hirving Lozano will be the face of the franchise. Lozano comes to MLS by way of PSV, where the Mexican international had a lukewarm season.

Now, in an interview with ESPN, “Chucky” spoke about the differences and similarities between Major League Soccer and Liga MX.

Hirving Lozano on Liga MX vs MLS debate

In the interview, Lozano mentioned, “I think they are at the same level, but MLS is growing better and will be better than Liga MX… MLS has grown a lot and I wanted to be part of that process.”

Hirving Lozano

Hirving Lozano

Lozano, despite being one of Mexican soccer’s best exports in recent memory, was not chosen to play for the national team in this summer’s upcoming Copa America. The decision to leave him and a few other veteran players off the list is a “generational shift” imposed by the Mexican federation.

Lozano’s move to MLS and not being called up by El Tri for Copa America were both not viewed favorably by the Mexican press and pundits.

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Kelvin Loyola is a seasoned content writer and journalist at Bolavip, boasting over 15 years of experience in sports journalism and marketing. He has covered a wide array of sports including the USMNT, MLS, Premier League, LaLiga, Serie A, Ligue 1, and Liga MX, as well as the NBA, MLB, NHL, and various entertainment topics. Prior to his journalism and marketing career, Kelvin worked in post-production, contributing to numerous movie, television, and digital projects. He also brings expertise in project management, social media, and web development. A graduate of Queens College with a degree in Media Studies, Kelvin is bilingual, fluent in both English and Spanish. His passions extend beyond his career to include soccer, marketing, photography, surfing, and pop culture, particularly comics.

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