The United States wants to sign a footballer who recently left Pumas to try his luck in Europe.
It’s no secret that several players with dual nationality, Mexican and American, choose to go to the land of stars and stripes because of the opportunities it offers. Now they would do it with a former Club Pumas player who went to Europe.
It’s about Jorge Ruvalcaba. The United States national team is reportedly interested in the player who left Club Pumas, and they are even planning a meeting to see if they would like to take a call.
It should be remembered that the player was called up by the Mexico national team, but now the doors to the United States are open to him as he enters a new stage on the old continent.
“Leaders of the US team were asked about Jorge Ruvalcaba’s situation to find out if he would take a call. The Standard Liège player is focused on Mexico but isn’t closing the doors on the United States. It is possible that we will see him.” “We will play with the US team in the coming months depending on their performance,” say the young soccer players.
🚨¡USA LO BUSCA CONVOCAR!🇺🇸🇲🇽
EXCL. Me comentan que dirigentes de la selección de Estados Unidos, preguntaron sobre la situación de Jorge Ruvalcaba, para saber si aceptaría una convocatoria
— Jovenes Futbolistas MX (@Jovenesfutmx) August 18, 2023
Jorge Ruvalcaba and his departure from Club Pumas
Jorge Ruvalcaba played and made money in Llanero football in the United States. He was later spotted by Andrés Lillini, and that’s how he made his debut with Club Pumas.
He was born on July 23, 2001, in California, USA, but holds Mexican nationality. His performance on the Auriazul team led to his being called up to the Mexico national team and being watched by various clubs around the world.
That’s why he signed with Standard Liège, a team that offered just over 67 million pesos for the player who joined the Auriazul team on a free transfer.
Mexican team and its next matches
- September 9 vs. Australia
- September 12 against Uzbekistan
- October 14 against Ghana
- October 17 against Germany