Seattle Sounders midfielder Danny Leyva is producing curiosity from golf equipment in Mexico and Europe, 90min understands.
After an injury-hit 2020 marketing campaign, the 19-year-old has bounced again to play 46 senior video games for the Sounders throughout all competitions over the previous two seasons. Throughout that point, Leyva has helped Seattle change into the first-ever MLS workforce to elevate the Concacaf Champions League.
As revealed by 90min in September, Leyva had begun the method of securing his Mexican passport having been eligible for a call-up by El Tri attributable to being born to Mexican dad and mom.
And now at membership degree, curiosity in Leyva appears to be rising in Mexico.
A report from ESPN MX on Tuesday acknowledged that Liga MX giants Pumas UNAM have signaled their intentions to Seattle to enter into negotiations for a switch of Leyva. 90min sources have confirmed that report, including that Puebla and a number of European golf equipment are monitoring the participant’s state of affairs.
90min has additionally been knowledgeable Leyva was not too long ago taken beneath the wing of agent Jaime Garica, who labored on the transfers of USMNT prospects Ricardo Pepi and Gabriel Slonina to Augsburg and Chelsea, respectively.
Negotiations stay at an early stage, with Pumas and Puebla the one golf equipment formally declaring their curiosity to the Sounders.
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