Juan Reynoso believes that MLS is “starting to be a paradise” for many South American footballers who will prefer to go to the USA in the short term
Peruvian football coach, John Reynosostated this Friday at the press conference where he announced the list of invitees for the next friendlies of Blanquirroja, that the United States Soccer League (MLS) has already surpassed Liga MX.
“The MLS, the Mexican league, has already surpassed it. It’s hard to hear it there, but it’s true. It’s a super competitive league. Many experts, and not only players, but also technical directors, would like to manage there and that does not surprise me,” he said. Reynoso at the press conference at Villa Deportiva Nacional in Lima.
He stated that Major League Soccer (MLS) “begins to be paradise” for many South American soccer players”, and that, in the short term, after leaving for Europe, they “would rather go to MLS rather than Brazilian or Mexican football”.
The Peruvian acknowledged this reality after presenting the list for the matches that the national team will play in Lima on November 16 against Paraguay and on November 19 in Santa Cruz against Bolivia.
Reynoso, who has been the coach of the Peruvian national team since August 2, 2022, played in Blue cross from 1994 to 2002, where he won numerous titles and ended his career as a football player in the Mexican Necaxa.
He started his coaching career at Puebla FC, Real Garcilaso and Blue crossafter leading Peruvian teams such as Melgar, Universitario or Sporting Cristal.