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These 2 players will return to the Mexican National Team's call-up list

Although Gerardo Martino's official call-up list has not yet been released, there are already names of two players leaked to the press, who will be on the Tri's roster. 

These matches against Jamaica on January 27 and Costa Rica on January 30 will define the direction of the Mexican national team and its chances of making it to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. 
These matches against Jamaica on January 27 and Costa Rica on January 30 will define the direction of the Mexican national team and its chances of making it to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. 

The last matches of the World Cup Qualifiers for Qatar 2022 are approaching and it is already known that there are 2 players who are returning to the Mexican National Team's call-up list

Although the call-up list has not yet been made public in its entirety, different media outlets have been investigating and revealing the names of those who could be included in the call-up list for El Tri's upcoming matches. 

These matches against Jamaica on January 27 and Costa Rica on January 30 will define the direction of the Mexican national team and its chances of making it to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar

And now that the names of these two players who will return to the Mexican national team have been revealed, it is possible to have an idea of the team Gerardo Martino wants to put together to face these matches

Who are the two players who will return to the Mexican national team's call-up list?

Diego Lainez

Definitely the least surprising return since Lainez's quality with El Tri is not in doubt, and whenever he has played with the Mexican team he has always given good performances. 

The Club America youth player has already received the call-up and this was reported by the Spanish media that follow his current club, Real Betis. 

According to the information that Spanish media revealed about the 21-year-old midfielder, the player has already been notified of his call-up as well as his team.

 

Therefore, his club, in which he has not been able to consolidate his position so far, will have to take into account the notification in order not to consider the player for future commitments

This will be Lainez's triumphant return to the Mexican squad after the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, where the Mexican team won the bronze medal in the category. 

But it was also the occasion in which Lainez suffered an injury that prevented him from being present in the first half of the season of his team in Spain, so this time the player must take advantage of his opportunity on the field to show Real Betis that he is ready to contribute to the team.

In fact, due to the injury he suffered, Diego Lainez had not been considered by Gerardo Martino to be part of the Mexican squad that plays in the World Cup Qualifiers, so this will be his great opportunity. 

Gerardo Arteaga

One of the surprises we will see in the next call-up of the Mexican national team will be the return of Gerardo Arteaga, a player who had not been called up to the Mexican national team since last June. 

In that month, the player played with El Tri in the Nations League, in which the Mexican team lost the final against the USMNT.

Martino again invited the player to be part of the Mexican national team for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, but at that time the player declined the invitation due to personal issues

The player's call-up was revealed by his current team, Genk of Belgium, which through a photo on its social networks revealed that the player had been called up to El Tri. 

Walter Gabriel Estrella Yah.

Journalist with more than 10 years of experience. Puma UNAM at heart. Fan of the most beautiful sport on the planet. I currently cover Liga MX, MLS, Premier League, Mexican National Team and USMNT. Always attentive to the latest world soccer news.+ info

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