By Enrique Gomez
Top Mexican goalscorer in MLS embrace the possibility of playing in Chivas
To play for Chivas, he had to give up any possibility of being called up to the US national team, but since “The Herd” did not sign him, Brandon Vázquez leaves both doors open.
The top Mexican scorer in the MLS also holds American citizenship, but if Guadalajara asks for him, he can only wear red and white if he officially resigns from his country of origin selection, because Guadalajara club rules are very clear with Mexican Americans.
“It’s something that can be exciting, and it can be a team that is close to my family’s heart, so if that happens, I’d be happy. Vazquez commented in an interview with FOX journalist Fernando Cevallos, ‘We’re in the middle of the tournament here, so I haven’t completely thought about it.'”
Although the 23-year-old striker is not entirely convinced of ‘marrying’ only with a choice, as he has two nationalities and performed well in the 2022 season with Cincinnati, his future is wide enough to be limited, when he hasn’t even played an official game, on the First team level, with the United States and much less with Mexico.
“I’m open to both teams, I have dual citizenship, so both doors are open, and I’m ready for anything, whatever comes and I’m ready for either one,” he added.
Given the urgency of strikers Chivas faces after Jose Juan Macias’ injury, the eight-goal holder in MLS has emerged as an option, but there is still a lot to be done before signing.
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