The panorama of Mexicans in Europe for 2022

2022 could bring several changes for Mexicans who are active in Europe. While some of the Aztec legionaries look to the following year with

2022 could bring several changes for Mexicans who are active in Europe. While some of the Aztec legionaries look to the following year with the determination to consolidate and succeed with their clubs; Others are in the winter market analyzing alternatives for a possible change, between contracts that end and the search to add more minutes.

Raúl Jiménez and Edson Álvarez are some of those whose outlook looks favorable, while others like Diego Lainez or Jesus ‘Tecatito’ Corona are analyzing the outlook for the second half of the season.

Those who could change teams in 2022

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His situation with Porto has worsened and with his contract nearing completion, it seems like practically a given that he will leave the club soon. Sevilla and AC Milan have sounded like destinations, but so far no transfer has been made.

With the Colchoneros he has added a few minutes and his contract also ends next June. Rumors point to Serie A, but there has also been talk of a possible return to Serie A.

As a result of the injury he suffered at the Tokyo Olympics, the America youth squad lost regularity and prominence with Betis. Therefore, it could go out on a 6-month loan to regain its rhythm.

Mexicans in Europe in uncertainty

The Tuzos youth squad has not had a lucky adventure in Europe. The recovery from the injury that came dragging has prevented him from making his debut and having a chance in French football.

The loan with Getafe ends in six months, but he has no longer added minutes, so it seems that his adventure in Europe was not favorable and he would return to Liga MX.

The midfielder is one of the Mexicans with the most games played in Europe. But at 35, his contract with Betis is about to end and it has been speculated that they are looking for him in the MLS.

Those who stay in their clubs

The striker remains fixed at Wolverhampton and there is currently no chance that he will leave. In 2022 what he will seek is his complete recovery from his skull fracture to recover his goalscoring quota.

Although his experience with PSV has had ups and downs, he is currently earning a spot for himself again. So he will try to consolidate himself in the league and in the Conference League the following year.

The midfielder is a key player for Ajax, who will face Benfica in the last 16 in the Champions League and second in the Eredivisie, one point behind PSV.

The defender has a contract with Celta de Vigo until June 2023. At the moment he remains stable in the Spanish team, in addition to the fact that for now the club has left the relegation zone.

In November it was rumored about a possible return to Liga MX so that it could be considered by the Mexican National Team. However, he is holding his own in the Genk and reappeared this weekend after recovering from Covid-19.