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What is the average Mexican soccer league salary?

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As there is no official salary report on players in Liga MX, the Mexican Soccer League, it is difficult to project the average salary of active players in it. However, a report by Forbes released the top 10 earners of Liga MX as of 2013.

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On average, the top 10 earners in the Liga MX have an average annual salary of $1.95 million, with Humberto Suazo of Monterrey leading the pack with an annual salary of $3 million. Compared to a similar top-earners report of MLS players from 2012, the players of Liga MX earn significantly lower. However, it is unknown if the disparity is similar when the majority of players from both leagues are compared.

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