The Concacaf Gold Cup and the Tokyo Olympics Games are getting closer and closer. For this reason, Gerardo Martino and Jaime Lozano, coaches of the Senior National Team and the Under 23 of Mexico, are finalizing the lists for both competitions, where the appointment of Japan is the absolute priority.
In that sense, according to various information in the last hours, Luis Romo, who in the last hours was selected as the MVP of Liga MX, would be one of the three major players who will represent Mexico in Tokyo.
"Sources informed ESPN Digital that 'Tata' Martino has already practically delineated the group of players who will miss the Gold Cup to be present at the next Olympic Games. The main reinforcements will be: Guillermo Ochoa, Luis Romo and Henry Martín", you can read in part of the information on the sports web portal.
If the advance is confirmed, Juan Reynoso would be one of the most satisfied to see one of his pupils defending Tri at the Tokyo event. Already in an interview with Javier Alarcón, the current Cruz Azul coach acknowledged that he would be proud to have led one of the exponents who will try to bring the gold.
Santiago Giménez and Sebastián Jurado, meanwhile, could be left out of Lozano's final list for the Tokyo tournament. The first, due to injury, and the second because he was not used in any game in the last half.
Luis Romo is wanted from Europe
Luis Romo is one of the best players that Liga MX had. The key piece in Cruz Azul, he's sought after by several important clubs in Europe.
"My clause is below ten (million) and the board has left me that peace of mind to support me to leave, they have told me that for them it would also be a dream and that possibility exists. They are very kind people who see me succeeding outside of Mexico That keeps me very calm and if an offer comes close to the clause, give me the opportunity to go out and consolidate myself as a footballer", said the soccer player.