FOX Sports has revealed the Mexican league is “a disgrace”.
The league has been plagued by corruption and has been unable to maintain the integrity of the top-flight, the league’s managing director said.
It’s time to end the league, and I don’t see any way forward,” Jorge Mendes told the BBC.
The Mexican Professional Football League was formed in 2014 to provide a better football experience to fans in Mexico.
It currently has four teams playing in Liga MX, the most-watched league in the country.
The league was established to attract more investment, but has been struggling to do so.
Its top teams are not even playing for the first-team, and the teams are regularly relegated.
Its first two seasons were successful, but the club structure has not changed since.
It has struggled to keep its current team, which has failed to win a game for more than two years.
Its new ownership, Tijuana’s Pachuca, is currently in talks with the league over a deal to buy the league.
The Mexico national team will be competing in the 2018 World Cup, but there is a question mark over whether the country will qualify.