MLS’s Houston Dynamo reach agreement to acquire Mexican midfielder Hector Herrera As a designated player, the evidence has been confirmed to ESPN.
Herrera will join the Houston Dynamo in a free transfer as his contract with Atletico de Madrid, who currently play in La Liga, expires this summer.
This message was first reported by Luis Omar Tapia of TUDN.
This is the second major move by Dynamo General Manager Pat Onstadt. Thanks to the significant funding of new owner Ted Sekel last year, Onstad was able to sign Libertad’s Paraguayan striker Sebastian Ferreira.
But in the case of Herrera, Houston has acquired a well-known player from El Tri, namely someone who can develop very deep ties and interest with Mexico and the city.
The deal is for three years, known by ESPN, at $ 6.5 million a season until 2025.
Paul Onstad, general manager of the Texan team, recently moved to Spain, and along with two other managers tried to end his contract with the Mexican player who was Atletico de Madrid’s starting player, who even played 90 minutes. The most recent three Colconeros matches.
Herrera made his debut with Liga MX’s Pacquiao in 2010 and then flew to Europe with Porto de Portugal in 2013, where he secured his playing career.
In 2017, he was traded to Atletico de Madrid, who won the league in 2020-21. He has scored 96 games and 10 goals for the Mexican team, and was a London gold medalist in 2012 and a World Cup player for Mexico in the 2014 and 2018 Cups.