This is a list of Mexican football transfers in the Mexican Primera Division during the summer 2011 transfer window, grouped by club. Football has been played professionally in Mexico since the early 1900s. Since 1996, the country has played two split seasons instead of a traditional long season. There are two separate playoff and league divisions. After many years of calling the regular seasons as "Verano" (Summer) and "Invierno" (Winter); the Primera División de México (Mexican First League Division) have changed the names of the competition, and has opted for "Apertura" (opening) and "Clausura" (closing) events. The Apertura division begins in the middle of Mexico's summer and ends before the official start of winter. The Clausura division begins during the New Year, and concludes in th

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  • This is a list of Mexican football transfers in the Mexican Primera Division during the summer 2011 transfer window, grouped by club. Football has been played professionally in Mexico since the early 1900s. Since 1996, the country has played two split seasons instead of a traditional long season. There are two separate playoff and league divisions. After many years of calling the regular seasons as "Verano" (Summer) and "Invierno" (Winter); the Primera División de México (Mexican First League Division) have changed the names of the competition, and has opted for "Apertura" (opening) and "Clausura" (closing) events. The Apertura division begins in the middle of Mexico's summer and ends before the official start of winter. The Clausura division begins during the New Year, and concludes in the spring season. (en)
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  • on loan from Guadalajara
  • on loan from Santos
  • on loan to Santos
  • to América
  • on loan from Chiapas
  • on loan from Cruz Azul
  • on loan from Morelia
  • on loan from Santos Laguna
  • on loan from UNAM
  • on loan from Atlas
  • on loan from Puebla
  • on loan from América
  • on loan to Chiapas
  • on loan to Querétaro
  • on loan from Toluca
  • to Toluca
  • released
  • to Chiapas
  • to Morelia
  • from Guadalajara
  • from Cruz Azul
  • from Santos
  • from AEK Athens
  • from San Lorenzo
  • from Toluca
  • from Atlante
  • from Lanús
  • to Cerro Porteño
  • from Chicago Fire
  • to Veracruz
  • to Chicago Fire
  • from Espanyol
  • from Deportivo Quito
  • to Guaraní
  • to Puebla
  • to Atlante
  • to Cruz Azul
  • from América
  • from Atlas
  • from León
  • from Morelia
  • from Necaxa
  • from Pachuca
  • from Puebla
  • from San Luis
  • from Tecos
  • from Veracruz
  • to Pachuca
  • to Tigres
  • from Panathinaikos
  • to Ajaccio
  • from Once Caldas
  • on loan from Guadalajara, previously on loan at Cruz Azul
  • on loan from Toluca, previously on loan at San Luis
  • on loan from América, previously on loan at Puebla
  • on loan to Querétaro, previously on loan at San Luis
  • on loan from Motagua, previously on loan at AS Monaco
  • from Al Ain, previously on loan at Deportivo
  • from Atlético Rafaela
  • from Barnsley
  • from Hannover
  • from Las Palmas
  • from Lyon
  • from Rampla Juniors
  • from Zamora
  • from América, previously on loan at Necaxa
  • from Atlante, previous on loan
  • from Atlante, previously on loan at Neza
  • from Atlas, previously on loan
  • from Chiapas
  • from Cruz Azul, previously on loan
  • from Cruz Azul, previously on loan at Tecos
  • from Guadalajara, previously on loan
  • from Monterrey
  • from Monterrey, previously on loan
  • from Monterrey, previously on loan at Botafogo
  • from Morelia, previously on loan at Chiapas
  • from Necaxa, previous on loan
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  • from Querétaro
  • from Santos Laguna
  • from Tigres
  • from Tigres, previously on loan
  • from Toluca, previously on loan
  • from UNAM
  • from Veracruz, previously on loan at Cruz Azul
  • loan return from Santiago Morning
  • loan return from Atlas
  • loan return from Chiapas
  • loan return from León
  • loan return from Puebla
  • loan return from Querétaro
  • loan return from San Luis
  • loan return from Tigres
  • loan return from Tijuana
  • loan return from Toluca
  • loan return from Veracruz
  • loan return to América
  • loan return to Guadalajara
  • loan return to San Luis
  • loan return to Santos
  • loan return to Tigres
  • on loan from Argentinos Juniors
  • on loan from Danubio
  • on loan from Fulham
  • on loan from Atlante, previously on loan
  • on loan from Atlante, previously on loan at Puebla
  • on loan from Atlas, previously on loan at U. de G.
  • on loan from Cruz Azul, previously on loan
  • on loan from Monterrey, previously on loan
  • on loan from Santos, previously on loan at Chiapas
  • on loan from Tecos
  • on loan from Tigres, previously on loan
  • on loan from Toluca, previously on loan
  • on loan to Bahia, previously on loan at Cruzeiro
  • on loan to Houston Dynamo
  • on loan to Atlante, previously on loan at U. de G.
  • on loan to Atlas
  • on loan to Atlas, previously on loan at Chiapas
  • on loan to Chiapas, previously on loan
  • on loan to Chiapas, previously on loan at Neza
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  • on loan to Morelia, previously on loan
  • on loan to Morelia, previously on loan at Puebla
  • on loan to Morelia, previously on loan from Neza
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  • on loan to Puebla
  • on loan to Puebla, previously on loan at BUAP
  • on loan to Puebla, previously on loan at Cruz Azul
  • on loan to Puebla, unregistered
  • on loan to Querétaro, previously on loan at Neza
  • on loan to Querétaro, previously on loan at Tecos
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  • on loan to San Luis, previously on loan
  • on loan to San Luis, previously on loan at Puebla
  • on loan to Tijuana, previously on loan
  • on loan to Tijuana, previously on loan at Necaxa
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  • to Atlante, previously on loan at San Luis
  • to Chiapas, previously on loan
  • to Monterrey
  • to Morelia, previously on loan at Atlante
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  • to Puebla, previously on loan at Morelia
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  • to Querétaro, previously on loan
  • to Tecos
  • to Tecos, previously on loan
  • to Tigres, previously on loan at Orizaba
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  • to Tijuana, previously on loan
  • to Tijuana, previously on loan at Botafogo
  • unregistered, to Santos
  • on loan from Argentinos Juniors, previously on loan at San Martín de Tucumán
  • on loan from Cruz Azul, previously on loan at Puebla
  • on loan to Querétaro, previously on loan at Veracruz
  • from Estudiantes de Mérida, previously on loan at Shanghai Shenhua
  • on loan from Guadalajara, previously on loan at San Luis
  • from Colo-Colo, previously on loan at Atlético Nacional
  • on loan from Guadalajara, previously on loan at Veracruz
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  • This is a list of Mexican football transfers in the Mexican Primera Division during the summer 2011 transfer window, grouped by club. Football has been played professionally in Mexico since the early 1900s. Since 1996, the country has played two split seasons instead of a traditional long season. There are two separate playoff and league divisions. After many years of calling the regular seasons as "Verano" (Summer) and "Invierno" (Winter); the Primera División de México (Mexican First League Division) have changed the names of the competition, and has opted for "Apertura" (opening) and "Clausura" (closing) events. The Apertura division begins in the middle of Mexico's summer and ends before the official start of winter. The Clausura division begins during the New Year, and concludes in th (en)
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  • List of Mexican football transfers summer 2011 (en)
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