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Santos Laguna can clinch a surprise Clausura crown behind the goals of Djaniny

Djaniny celebrates scoring during the Liga MX match between Santos Laguna and Queretaro.
No one in the Clausura has found the back of the net more often than Djaniny.

By far, Djaniny Tavares has proven to be the best striker in Liga MX this Clausura.

After 16 matchdays in the regular season, and with only left to go, no other name in the league has found the back of the net more often than the Santos player who now has a total of 14 goals. In fact, were it not for a short injury that had him miss two games in March, the Cape Verdean could have possibly added one or two more to his already impressive tally.

Once seen as an inconsistent figure in the final third,...

 By Eric Gomez

Much-needed transfer changes coming to Liga MX could spell the end of Pacto de Caballeros

Alan Pulido celebrates scoring for Chivas.
Alan Pulido's transfer saga in 2014 might be a thing of the past if the requested changes are instituted in Liga MX.

MEXICO CITY -- "It's a historic day for Mexican soccer," Liga MX president Enrique Bonilla said Wednesday afternoon. Without explicitly saying it, Bonilla hinted at changes to the transfer system in Mexico and maybe even an end to the infamous Pacto de Caballeros.

Following the announcement of the Bosman ruling in 1995, European players at the end of a contract were given the freedom to move to another club without a transfer fee being paid. This rule basically opened up free agency in European...

Chivas need to add depth but shouldn't worry about Salcido vs. Toronto FC

Chivas may have key players returning and a first leg advantage, but ESPN FC's Herc Gomez feels Toronto FC have plenty in the tank to overcome the deficit.

Editor's Note: These pieces originally appeared on ESPN Deportes and was translated for ESPN FC.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- The Chivas roster, a club on the verge of winning a CONCACAF Champions League title, needs to strengthen its ranks for the second half of 2018 given what awaits them after this season -- including a possible trip to the FIFA Club World Cup this December in the United Arab Emirates.

The first priority on Chivas' list must be to define Rodolfo Cota's status at the club. The goalie...

 By Tom Marshall

Chivas seek unity amid protests ahead of CONCACAF Champions League final

Chivas may have key players returning and a first leg advantage, but ESPN FC's Herc Gomez feels Toronto FC have plenty in the tank to overcome the deficit.
Herculez Gomez explains why Toronto FC have the edge on Chivas in the CCL final, and why the MLS champions could wrap it up in the first leg.
Alejandro Moreno and Herculez Gomez break down everything that went wrong for Toronto against Chivas in the 1st leg of the CCL final.

GUADALAJARA, Mexico -- Chivas captain Jair Pereira said he and his team are fully focused on the CONCACAF Champions League final second leg against Toronto, despite protests from players in the build-up to the match.

Chivas' preparation has been blighted by an ongoing disquiet in the squad, which is reportedly at odds with club's directors over a lack of bonus payments.

During Chivas training in Estadio Akron on Tuesday evening, some players turned their shirts inside out, while other wore white...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's World Cup hopes boosted as Nestor Araujo closes in on Liga MX return

Herc Gomez and Sebastian Salazar pinpoint Mexico's areas of concern and give their suggested lineups following recent friendlies versus Iceland and Croatia.

TORREON, Mexico -- Santos Laguna defender Nestor Araujo is on the comeback trail from surgery on his left knee and could be back in Liga MX action should Los Guerreros make the semifinals of the 2018 Clausura.

Center-back Araujo broke down in the first half of Mexico's 1-0 loss to Croatia in Dallas on March 27 with what turned out to be damage to his meniscus and medial collateral ligament and there were fears that the 26-year-old could miss the World Cup, but the Guadalajara native could be back...