César “Chino” Huerta would be in the crosshairs of several clubs that will play in the Champions League – La Opinion

César “Chino” Huerta would be in the crosshairs of several clubs that will play in the Champions League – La Opinion

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César ‘Chino’ Huerta, Mexican striker who is simply living a moment unique and impressive in his professional career in the ranks of Pumas in the Liga MX, he is today one of the most outstanding players in the championship and his quality and level of play have earned him the attention of several European clubs, including that could give him the opportunity to play in the next UEFA Champions League campaign.

The winger has had a fairly big and noticeable boost since he arrived at the Pumas and he has become a vital piece without a doubt, where he contributes his quality so that the university club continues to add very important victories, even though they recently said goodbye to the 2024 Clausura Tournament in the quarterfinals.

England and Spain possible destinations

According to information given jointly by ESPN journalists, Adriana Maldonado and Fernando Villa, the Aztec striker is followed by several clubs from the old continent, especially the English Premier League and Spain’s LaLiga, although they did not give specific names.

Apparently and according to what was reported by ESPN figures, the closest environment and Huerta’s work team would be evaluating the options, especially if it involves being able to participate in the Champions League. However, ‘Chino’ Huerta is also of interest to several Liga MX clubs, but his termination clause could be a dilemma, which is made for him to stay in Mexican soccer, but with an important offer, the Pumas managers would be willing to sit down and listen to them and negotiate.

Who is “Chino” Huerta?

César “Chino” Huerta is a Mexican professional soccer player who plays as a forward.. Born on December 23, 1999, Huerta has stood out in Mexican soccer, being a permanent member of the new generational group of the Aztec nation. He began his first steps in the world of foot ball at Club Deportivo Guadalajara, better known as Chivas, one of the most important entities in Mexico.

Throughout his young career, Huerta has played in clubs such as the Monarcas MoreliaClub Atlético de San Luis and Mazatlán FC, demonstrating his skills and his ability to perform at a very good level, being and making a difference every time he is seen in action on the field of play.

Known for his speed, technical ability and ability to take on defenders, Huerta has not gone under the table, which has made both technicians and scouts have him in their sights and desire his services for their institutions. Despite his youth, he has shown moments of brilliance on the playing field, which suggests that his projection is quite positive and broad for the immediate and long-term future as well.

Passage through the Mexican team

Huerta has also been able to defend the colors of the Mexican tricolorrepresenting the country at the youth national team level in international championships.

“Chino” Huerta is seen as a promise of Mexican soccer, with the expectation that sooner How late he could be a figure of much more weight and importance for Mexican soccer, something that has been seen since his arrival at the Pumas where he has been that differential player who shows great capabilities.

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