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Jose Torres will be plying his trade in Mexico in 2013, but it will not for the club that gave him his professional start.
Torres officially transfered from Pachuca to Tigres UANL on Friday, ending a six-year stint with the Tuzos. No details of the transfer were made available, but the U.S. Men’s National Team midfielder had been rumored to be joining Tigres for several weeks now.
Since making his professional debut in 2006, the 25-year-old Torres has played in nearly 200 games for Pachuca across all competitions. He netted four goals in Liga MX games and also played in the Copa Libertadores, CONCACAF Champions League, Super Liga and FIFA Club World Cup in his time with the Tuzos.
He joins 2010 World Cup teammate Jonathan Bornstein at Tigres.
What do you think of Torres joining Tigres UANL? How do you look back on his time with Pachuca? Wishing he would have moved to a different league?
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