Yesterday it was Puebla who confirmed the players who could leave this winter, today it’s Pumas UNAM.
Mexican clubs conduct a pseudo-draft twice a season, where team owners all meet in a hotel in Cancun and thrash out deals for players. Players have no real control over the process, but it seems to work surprisingly well.
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Of course, international transfers are conducted in a normal fashion.
In practice, the pseudo-draft means clubs list who they are willing to do deals on in advance of the meeting, and today the Mexico City side, and losing quarter-finalists, Pumas UNAM announced their list.
There are seven players listed:
Jose Antonio Garcia