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Diego Abreu, the son of Loco, called up as a sparring partner for the Mexico National Team

Diego Abreu, son of the “Loco”, was summoned as sparring of the Mexico’s senior team for the previous works of the Tri in the face of the dispute of the CONCACAF Nations League. The club Defender Sporting confirmed this news on his social networks this Sunday.

The forward born in Mexico on August 27, 2003 has been training with Defensor’s main squad since last April 20, preparing for the start of the Uruguayan Second Division Championship. The footballer had signed his first professional contract in mid-February.

The attacker, who has played with the Tri under-17 team, has stated on several occasions that He has not yet ruled out playing for the Uruguayan National Team. In February of this year, he told ESPN: “I will make the decision alone, I will sit alone to drink mate outside, looking at nothing and there I will think about the pros and cons of each of the teams and I will not leave. to guide by what they tell me on social networks or by what my friends tell me, that will not change my decision because at the end of the day I look for the best for myself and not to look good with people, hopefully in the future I make the best decision. “

And he added at the time: “The door of the Uruguayan National Team is still open due to the fact that I am still very young, so If tomorrow the Uruguayan National Team summons me, I would say yes and I would gladly answer the call so that after having been in the two national teams, I would be able to make a decision.”.

The Uruguayan club has not yet confirmed when the soccer player will have to travel to Mexico, whose senior team will play the semi-final of the Nations League next Thursday, June 3 against Costa Rica, the same day that Honduras and the United States will define the other finalist of the contest. . The match for third place and the final match will be played on Sunday, June 6.

After his future participation in the sparring team of the Mexican national team, the forward will have to return to focus on Defensor Sporting, a team that at the end of May will begin to play the Second Division tournament seeking to obtain one of the three promotions and thus quickly return to First.

In the aforementioned interview conducted by journalist César Caballero, Diego Abreu commented on ESPN on February 18 about his next goals: “My first goal is to debut in Defensor, I will try to maintain the level to show that I can compete at a professional level and not that they make me debut and after two games they lower me back because I’m not at a good level, the truth is that emotionally that would hurt me ”.

The son of “Loco” has not yet had official minutes in the First Division and will seek to do so after he faces the defenders of the Mexican National Team in practices and tactical work.

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