The call brought together more than one hundred Atlético former soccer players, among them several Ayala teammates in that 70’s team, like Navarro, Ovejero, Luiz Pereira, Ufarte, Ruiz, Bermejo, Martínez Jayo, Cacho Heredia, Laguna, Adelardo, Rodri, Marcelino and Leal. Heredia was one of those who spoke: “We grew up together in the same neighborhood and I am proud to have met again as athletic. As a child they gave him a slingshot on a tooth and that’s why they gave him the mouse nickname. ” More distinctions Too wanted to be part of the tribute Héctor Herrera: “The Prof Ayala was one of the people who took me to Pachuca, where I became a professional. I have nothing but thanks. He knows how much I love him. I wish him the best in the world. ” In addition, the Mexican media explained:I played forward and when I arrived in Pachuca he was the one who placed me as a midfielder. I really appreciate it because I like to play there more than forward. ” The media and Solozábal delivered to Ayala an Atlético shirt with the eleven and a painting.ATLÉTICO DE MADRID ‘); return false; “class =” item-multimedia “>Mouse Ayala, together with the Legends of Atlético in his tribute in the Wanda Metropolitano.ATHLETIC OF MADRID The Wanda Metropolitano was decorated to receive one of its great legends. Atlético and Legends paid tribute to Rubén Ayala, rojiblanco striker for seven seasons (1973-79), in which he played 214 meetings and marked 58 goals, among them the one that was worth the Intercontinental Cup in 1975. In addition, Mouse conquered a Cup (76) and a League (77). “It’s very pretty, very cute, I have a terrible emotion. I want to thank all these friends who talk like that about me. I cannot say anything other than thanks, ”he said excitedly at the conclusion of the act. The honors did not end there, because this Sunday, just before the game against Villarreal, the Argentine will receive on the lawn the commemorative plaque for his 214 games and the love of the fans, which still reminds him with a song: “And when kissing the net a goal from Ayala a voice came out from the stands …”.
2018 wage bill – €241m 17 Arsenal secured a lucrative new deal for Mesut Ozil 17 17 7) Juventus 2018 wage bill – €395m 2018 wage bill – €178m 17 14) Tottenham Hotspur 17 2018 wage bill – €256m 17 17 13) Inter Milan 9) Liverpool 2018 wage bill – €131m 17 5) Paris Saint-Germain 17 Using the latest data released by the clubs on the continent, they have been able to rank the top 15 biggest spenders on wages.So, without further ado, scroll down to see the clubs with the highest wages in Europe!15) Leicester City Pep Guardiola has assembled one of the best squads at Europe, but at what cost? 2018 wage bill – €487m 2018 wage bill – €187m With Jose Mourinho’s men sitting in eighth this time around, he is yet to see any significant development from his side. Conversely, Manchester City are riding high at the top of the league once again.They are joined by Chelsea and Arsenal, with the London giants backing their new managers with new signings in the summer.Liverpool spent big to bring in Naby Keita and Alisson Becker from Germany and Italy respectively, while Tottenham Hotspur sealed new contracts for Harry Kane, Dele Alli and Heung-Min Son in the past six months.According to British business blogger The Swiss Ramble, Leicester City also join their Premier League counterparts in having one of the biggest wages bills in Europe. 17 11) Borussia Dortmund 8) Chelsea 17 17 2018 wage bill – €337m 17 4) Manchester City Liverpool and Manchester United are just two of seven Premier League clubs to make the top 15 clubs in Europe with the biggest wage bills.The Red Devils have splurged big wages on Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez in the last two years in a bid to reclaim their place at the top of English football. 17 17 2018 wage bill – €232m 1) Barcelona 2018 wage bill – €272m 6) Bayern Munich 3) Manchester United 2018 wage bill – €296m 2018 wage bill – €265m 2018 wage bill – €148m 12) Atletico Madrid 17 17 2018 wage bill – €259m 2) Real Madrid 10) Arsenal 2018 wage bill – €156m Not only is #FCBarcelona’s €487m wage bill the highest in Spain, but it is also by some distance the highest in Europe. As a comparison, the top English wages are: #MUFC €337m (€150m lower), #MCFC €300m (€187m lower). pic.twitter.com/OVUFc9cRQa— Swiss Ramble (@SwissRamble) November 13, 2018