A striker with dual nationality will receive US support if he decides to accept a call-up from the United States for two friendly matches, despite the fact that they are under no obligation to loan the player.
America will allow Alexander Zendejas to assist with United States National TeamIf the footballer accepts the call for friendly matches against Serbia and Colombia, to be held at the end of January.
Copa team sources told ESPN that the 24-year-old player has a free hand to participate in the said call, despite the fact that he is a starter under the orders of coach Fernando Ortiz and the matches are outside the FIFA date, a condition that does not oblige the club is to transfer the player to the stars and stripes national team.
Players will be able to represent the US team in the first matches against Serbia which will take place on January 25 at Bank of California Stadium and against Colombia on January 28 at Carson Dignity Health Sports Park.
in the period, America Will keep the commitment of the fourth day of the match against Mazatlán, which will be held on January 28 on the grounds of the Azteca Stadium.
Alexander Zendejas so represented Mexico such as America At youth level and made two appearances for El Tri Mayor in late 2021 and early 2022. last august, espn digital reported that FIFA was investigating the eligibility of a player who allegedly had not yet submitted a change of association, America One Mexico,
Alexander Zendejas became the apple of contention between the selection of Mexico why America, last september technician AmericaFernando Ortiz backs the forward to play with the national team which makes him happy, following the novel that has been built around the young midfielder and his indecision to represent Mexico hey America,
“Especially with Ale (Zendejas) I’m not much to talk about, I’ve told him he should be where he feels happy. I’m not going to tell you where. That’s his decision. It will be exclusive to him. If he is happy with where he decides, he will have my 100 per cent support”, the Argentine helmsman declared.