Alejandro Zendejas wants to leave Club América for Europe

Zendejas shines at Club América and seeks new horizons
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Winger Alejandro Zendejas could leave Club América, one of Mexico's most traditional and winning clubs. The player is receiving several inquiries from European soccer, including teams in Europe, Portugal and even South America.

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Versatile, Zendejas can play on both sides of the pitch, but prefers to play on the right, where his strong point is passing, especially in the final third of the pitch. He has expressed an interest in crossing the Atlantic Ocean to the old continent. Despite being born in Chihuahua, Mexico, Zendejas has opted to play for the United States national team, which would facilitate negotiations with European clubs due to his American passport.

Revealed by FC Dallas, Álex Zendejas has stood out for his consistency at Club América, which has aroused interest in various international markets. What's more, he's young, 26 years old, which is an attractive option when it comes to a transfer, and he could even get a longer contract.

Zendejas ended up being overlooked by the USMNT. However, a possible transfer and good performances could make the coaching staff take a closer look at the player. The winger only played for the first team in 2023, where he made seven appearances. However, he has also played for the Mexican national team, but opted to play for the USMNT after being asked to do so by FIFA.

Álex Zendejas' decision on his next destination promises to impact his career and open up new horizons in international soccer. With his recognized talent and versatility on the pitch, the player is ready to take on new challenges and make a significant contribution wherever he decides to play.