The Mallorca midfielder, Luka Romero, said that he would like to get to know Mexico, despite not accepting the invitation to play for the National Team, he would like to visit the country where he was born. The soccer player recognized that beyond the approaches he had with the Mexican Soccer Federation, he wishes to have an approach with culture.
"Yes. I would like to go there and thus also get to know the culture of the country where I was born”, he told Goal Spain. Luka, who was called as the ‘Mexican Messi’ became the youngest player in the history of the Spanish League to debut in the First Division.
Romero recounted the rapprochement he had with the Mexican executives who sought to dress him in the tricolor shirt. “Yes, they came here to Mallorca (representatives of the Mexican Soccer Federation). It makes me happy that they come from Mexico to Spain. We went to a restaurant and they told me what the situation would be like with them”, he declared.
Luka Romero's idols
At another point in the interview, the young promise that Argentina has recognized who his idols are and his role models. "My idols are Lionel Messi and Diego Maradona. I also like Paulo Dybala, Luka Modric and Isco a lot", she said.
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