Mexican Players Abroad

Will Raúl Jiménez Play In Olympics This Summer? Wolves Boss Provides Caveat

Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito Santo said Mexican striker Raúl Jiménez cannot be considered for this year's Tokyo Olympics unless he first returns to action for the Premier League club.

Jiménez is recovering from surgery on a fractured skull suffered after a clash of heads with Arsenal defender David Luiz during a match in November.

Chucky Lozano Encabeza La Lista De Los Jugadores Mexicanos Más Valiosos Del Momento

Pese a estar de baja por un mes, debido a una lesión muscular, Hirving Lozano subió sus bonos en el mercado futbolero. De acuerdo al sitio especializado, Transfermarkt, el Chucky se convirtió en el jugador mexicano más valioso del momento, aumentando su tasación de 41,8 millones de dólares en diciembre pasado a 49,5 millones en marzo de 2021. Toda una marca personal.

Five USMNT Players That Could've Played For Mexico At The Olympics

The dispute over dual nationality players escalated to a new magnitude before the CONCACAF Olympic Qualifying Championship as five players chose the USMNT over Mexico, although the Mexican federation was able to get Efraín Álvarez to play with Tata Martino's senior side.

Chucky Lozano Could Be Sold Due To Napoli's Financial Crisis

The season that Hirving Lozano was having before his injury made him one of Napoli's best players, but he could now be forced to leave the Italian side. The economic situation at Napoli is not the best, and top management is already considering some scenarios without Chucky in the team.

Edson Álvarez Explica Lo Que Siente Al Defender Los Colores Del Tri

Edson Álvarez habló sobre su historia en una entrevista para el Ajax en conmemoración del Día de la Bandera, en donde contó lo que significa para el ex jugador de las Águilas del América representar los colores de la Selección Mexicana.

“Millones de mexicanos siempre estarán al pendiente de ti, no importa lo que pase. Te sientes poderoso. Cuando voy a la selección y me pongo la playera, es como ir a la guerra y me transmite mucha seguridad,” aseguró. El "Machin" remarcó que “ser mexicano es algo increíble y la piel se me pone de gallina, porque ser mexicano es un orgullo.”

USMNT And Mexico Fight To Get Efraín Álvarez For Olympics

The USMNT and El Tri are considering Efraín Álvarez for the Concacaf Olympic qualifiers. The player who was runner-up in the World Cup with the U-17 Tricolor is on the preliminary rosters of both teams, which will be looking for a ticket to Tokyo 2021 in March.

Edson Álvarez’s Ajax Defeats Lille Despite Timothy Weah’s Goal

Thursday’s Europa League Round of 32 first leg between Lille and Ajax featured a heavy dose of CONCACAF as the USMNT’s Timothy Weah and Canada’s Jonathan David started for the French side while Mexico’s Edson Álvarez went the full 90 for the Dutch team in their dramatic 2-1 win at Stade Pierre Mauroy.

Raúl Jiménez Back In Training But Return To The Pitch Won’t Be Rushed

Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Raúl Jiménez has returned to training after his recovery from an operation on his fractured skull but his return to the team will not be rushed, manager Nuno Espírito Santo said on Thursday.

Jiménez was taken to hospital after a clash of heads with Arsenal defender David Luiz during a match in November and the club were initially not optimistic about the Mexican's return to action this season.

Someone Tell Spezia To Guard Chucky Lozano (Yes, He’s Onside)

Napoli cruised into the Coppa Italia semifinals with a 4-2 win over Spezia on Thursday, taking a 4-0 lead into halftime. The Chucky Lozano goal vs Spezia pretty much summed up the first half for the Serie A newcomers.

Kalidou Koulibaly opened the scoring with a cheeky backheel in the fifth minute after Spezia’s defense simply gave up on the play. 

It was merely a sign of things to come for the Little Eagles.

Fue Inútil, Pero El Chucky Lozano Convirtió El Gol Más Rápido En La Historia Del Napoli

Agarrar tu teléfono, desbloquearlo y abrir la aplicación del cronómetro toma más de 8,95 segundos. Es un hecho. El proceso descrito tarda más y sirve para medir el tiempo que necesitó Hirving Lozano en marcar el gol más rápido en la historia del Napoli.

Sí, incluso más rápido que el récord de 9,58 segundos que tiene Usain Bolt en los 100 metros planos.

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