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It only includes football transfers related to clubs from Liga MXthe first division of Mexican football. Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

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Archived February 1,at the Wayback Machine. Deportes Archived February 3,at the Wayback Machine. Archived from the original on Mexican football transfer lists. Retrieved from ” https: Lists of Mexican football transfers Football transfers winter —14 —13 in Mexican football —14 in Mexican football. Webarchive template wayback links All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from May CS1 maint: Archived copy as title. Views Read Edit View history.

This page was last edited on 17 Septemberat ofixial By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Pablo Aguilar from Tijuana [2]. Narciso Mina to Atlante [3]. Michael Arroyo loan return from Barcelona SC [7]. Salustiano Candia on loan from Olimpia [7].


Guillermo Madrigal on loan from Monterrey [7]. Gael Acosta on loan from Monterrey mexido. Roberto Nanni released [7]. Walter Erviti to Banfield [9]. Guillermo Rojas to Necaxa [11]. Ezequiel Orozco loan return to Necaxa [7]. Ezequiel Miralles to Olimpo [12]. Valdo to Asteras Tripolipreviously on loan at Levante [13]. Federico Calendarioo from Morelia [14]. Higinio Bucio from Morelia [19]. Miguel Pinto to UAT [20].

Lucas Ayala to UAT [22]. Omar Bravo loan return to Guadalajara [23]. Gregorio Torres released [19]. Calendqrio Paganoni released [19]. Juan Carlos Rojas on loan from Pachuca [28]. Giovani Casillas on loan from Guadalajara [27].

Bruno Pires from Figueirense [30]. Ricardo Balderas released [32]. Francisco Torres loan return to Santos Laguna [35]. Alfredo Moreno on loan to Veracruzpreviously on loan at Puebla [36]. Fausto Pinto from Toluca mexixo.

Rafael Baca from San Jose Earthquakes [39]. Israel Castro to Guadalajara [41]. Jair Pereira to Guadalajara [42]. Francisco Flores on loan to Guadalajara [43]. Jair Pereira from Cruz Azul [42].

Omar Bravo loan return from Atlas [23]. Israel Castro from Cruz Azul [41].

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Francisco Flores on loan from Cruz Azul [43]. Luis Michel on loan to Saprissa [48]. Miguel Ponce on loan to Toluca [51].

Giovani Casillas on loan to Chiapas [27]. Juan Basulto on loan to Sel [52].

Miguel Sabah from Guadalajara [50]. Wilson Morelo from La Equidad [58].

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Othoniel Arce loan return from Pachuca [59]. Guillermo Madrigal on loan to Atlante [7]. Gael Acosta on loan to Atlante [7]. Duvier Riascos from Pachuca [65]. Felipe Baloy from Santos Laguna [66]. Federico Vilar to Atlas [14]. Higinio Bucio to Atlas [19]. Diego de Buen from Puebla [71]. Enner Valencia from Emelec [73]. Juan Carlos Rojas on loan to Chiapas [28]. Duvier Riascos to Morelia [65]. Fernando Cavenaghi to River Plate [80]. Othoniel Arce loan return to Monterrey [59].


Marco Bueno on loan to Estudiantes Tecos [82]. Cristian Marrugo to Deportivo Calipreviously on loan at Veracruz [83].

List of Mexican football transfers winter 2013–14

Ariel Nahuelpan on loan to Tigre [84]. Maicon Santos from Chicago Fire [85]. Francisco Torres on loan from Santos Lagunapreviously on loan at Chiapas [35]. Jonathan Lacerda loan return to Santos Laguna oficixl.

Diego de Buen to Pachuca [71]. Alfredo Moreno loan return to Chiapas [36]. Diego Vera unregistered, released [70].

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Camilo Sanvezzo from Foicial Whitecaps [94]. William from Busan IPark [95]. Rodolfo Vilchis from Delfines [96]. Diego Guastavino loan return from Universitario [97]. Miguel Fraga from Delfines [96]. Esteban Paredes to Colo-Colo []. Pablo Gabas loan return to Alajuelense [27]. Alan Zamora on loan to Puebla [86]. Apodi to Delfines []. Julio Nava on loan to Chiapas [27]. Jonathan Lacerda loan return from Puebla [89].

Felipe Baloy to Morelia [66]. Francisco Torres oficlal loan to Pueblapreviously on loan at Chiapas [35]. Miguel Ponce on loan from Guadalajara [51]. Dalendario Manuel Salgueiro from Olimpia []. Fausto Pinto to Cruz Azul [37]. Richard Ortiz unregistered []. Emanuel Herrera on loan from Montpellier [].

Juan Pablo Ocegueda loan return from Guadalajara [54]. Abel Fuentes loan return from Guadalajara [54].