The alarm lights go on in the Mexican National Team! This is because Gregg Berhalter wants to leave the Mexican National Team without two cracks and Gerardo Martino does nothing.
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The alert was given by journalist Julio Rodríguez through his Twitter account. The journalist, who belongs to Embajadores Aztecas and Apuntes de Rabona, sounded the alarm so that El Tri does not allow this to happen.
Which are the two top players that Gregg Berhalter wants to take away from the Mexican National Team?
The players mentioned by journalist Julio Rodríguez are Cade Cowell and Jonathan Gómez, whom Berhalter wants to call up to play for the USMNT in the CONCACAF Nations League.
Thus, if both players decide to play for the United States, El Tri could lose two young talents that could give more speed and depth to the Mexican squad's attack.
In addition, if Cowell or Gomez play for the USMNT in an official match, they will no longer be eligible for "Tata" Martino.
Gerardo Martino does nothing to stop Cowell and Gomez from being taken
Similar to the drama Martino brings with Marcelo Flores, it seems he will now have to suffer the same with the two players of Mexican descent. Although Flores' case has become a bit problematic for Martino lately, at least the El Tri coach has called him up for matches, albeit friendly ones.
However, if Martino wants to keep Cade Cowell and Jonathan Gomez, he will have to hurry because Berhalter will surely not want to waste time to have them in good condition to play with them in the CONCACAF Nations League.
So probably "Tata" must be considering this option together with his technical team, to see if it is possible for both Cowell and Gomez to wear the uniform of the Mexican National Soccer Team.
Of the two, Gomez is probably the most difficult option for Berhalter, since he has already played with El Tri against Guatemala, so he is already eligible for Martino, so he must hurry so that Berhalter does not steal him.
Cade Cowell is an 18-year-old forward who plays for Major League Soccer's San Jose Earthquakes and has been called up to play for the U.S. Under-17 teams.
His Mexican ancestry comes from his paternal grandmother and a few days ago he announced that his brother had already applied for a Mexican passport.
Jonathan Gómez is a left back who plays for Real Sociedad de San Sebastián B, in Spain.