Carlos Vela was crowned champion with LAFC last season in Major League Soccer. For the Mexican player, this is his first club title as a player. However, it could also mean his last with the Los Angeles team. Vela could end his stay in MLS after five years.
Carlos Vela’s future is uncertain, however, rumors of a possible move to Liga MX are still possible. In an interview with ESPN, Vela assured that he wouldn’t mind playing in Mexico again at some point in his career, but it would be with a renowned club.
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In this sense, Club America appears on the scene and now even more with the possible change of ownership. Televisa have announced that a company will be created to manage the Coapa team and therefore strong investments are expected to bring signings such as Carlos Vela to the team in the Mexican capital.
What would Vela ask to sign?
Carlos Vela would ask for a figure close to the 5 million he currently earns at LAFC. The player could take advantage of the possible departure of Guillermo Ochoa, and transfer the salary invested in the goalkeeper to the Mexican striker. Moreover, the player would be the highest paid in the whole team, a luxury that few can have.