Hirving Lozano currently plays as a winger for club Napoli. Born in Mexico City, he stands out on the field for his powerful right foot kicking and agility.
His outstanding performances from an early age and throughout his career led Hirving Lozano to win the Liga MX on several occasions. Find the latest news about the Liga MX, and keep up to date with the results of the most important Mexican teams.
In 2016 he was called by the former coach Juan Carlos Osorio to join the Mexican national team and made his debut in a friendly match. In 2018, already settled in the team, he was part of the list of the 23 players who would compete in the 2018 FIFA World Cup held in Russia.
Throughout his professional career, ‘Chucky’ was related to a great number of European clubs such as Manchester United, Benfica and Manchester City, but he finally signed with PSV Eindhoven.
In 2018 he made his Champions League group stage debut and he stood out as a goal scorer and a fundamental mainstay for his team's attack. Learn more about the Champions League and get to know the newest details of the tournament.
Lozano started playing for FC Pachuca's youth teams. He was recruited when he was just 11 years old.
Many years later he was promoted to the first team by coach Gabriel Caballero. During his time with this team, he won important tournaments such as the 2015-16 Liga MX season and the 2016-17 CONCACAF Champions League.
In June 2017, his transfer to Dutch club PSV Eindhoven for a million-dollar contract was made official.
There he exhibited his scoring ability: 19 goals in the 2017-18 season and 21 in the last year. Together with the team, he won the 2017-18 Eredivisie.
Hirving Lozano is the fifth Mexican player to play in Serie A.
For the Italian coach, Carlo Ancelotti, the signing of Lozano means a contribution of greater quality to his game, which gives him the option of having a player who can adapt to various roles, whether as a winger, a midfielder or a striker.
The Mexican player is undoubtedly a great contribution thanks to his speed and change of pace. Earlier this year, he scored a goal in the 8.9 seconds, making it the fastest goal for Napoli and of the player's own career. It is also the third-fastest goal in Italian Serie A history.