about the footballer Diego Lainez we tell you the data that you did not know about the Mexican jewel; a footballer who from a young age has
Diego Lainez: The data you did not know about the Mexican jewel
about the footballer Diego Lainez we tell you the data that you did not know about the Mexican jewel; a footballer who from a young age has made the leap to the Old Continent with Real Betis and has a great future in Aztec football.
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The 22-year-old soccer player is one of the most talented in Aztec football. He became known in the first division with the Águilas del Américaa team that was in charge of putting it on the sideboard so that it could go to the Old Continent.
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what you didn’t know
In this way, about Diego Lainez we tell you the data that you did not know about the Mexican jewel; a footballer who has great skill, dribbling, imbalance and who aims to be a figure in the future.
– Although he debuted with America, Lainez He had his first steps in soccer with the Tuzos de Pachuca, where it was speculated that he left for a case of bullying. However, this was ruled out by the Hidalgo board.
– Lainez is the second most expensive sale in the history of America, after Real Betis paid 14 million euros. He is only behind Edson Álvarez (15 million euros).
– As a child he wanted to dedicate himself to charrería and has currently expressed that he wishes study as an architect beyond soccer.
– As a cabal, Diego never watches the games where his brother Mauro plays; “Every time I do it, he hasn’t given a good game or it hasn’t gone well for him or the team doesn’t win and I want him to do well”.
– The March 1, 2017 Diego Lainez debuted with the first team of America for a match of Copa MX vs. Santos Laguna; he did it with number 340 and with Ricardo La Volpe as coach.
– His childhood idols were always Cuauhtemoc Blanco and Lionel Messi; “I always saw Cuauhtémoc Blanco a lot in America and from Europe I saw Messi,” said the player.
– Beside Andrés Guardado, are the only two Mexican soccer players who have worn the Real Betis shirt.
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