MEXICO — Enrique Esqueda He left Mexican football because Tigers closed the doors for the 'Gentlemen's Pact'. He found opportunity in Poland with the Arka Gdynia and later in India with the East Bengal, now aims to play in Oceania and Africa to have the experience of playing in the five continents, however, does not hide the illusion of retiring in Queretaro, his homeland.
"I need two continents, I want to play in the five continents. I wish I could do it, it's my goal. I'm missing Africa, I'm missing Oceania, I'd love to close my career in Oceania, that's what I have in mind right now, "he said in an interview ESPN Digital.
"I'm leaving Mexican football because I think the doors were closed, that's the reality. I closed the Tigers doors, I'm sure it was like that, but they do not see what they do with the player. At that time I took advantage, free in the world, in Mexico I will not play for the Gentlemen's Pact that existed three years ago. They have done it with many other players, you know, a well-known case of a player who is in Guadalajara. I think they blocked me to play in Mexico. "
After passing through Nuevo León, he decided to emigrate to football in Poland, where he received the invitation of Arka Gdynia through Instagram in 2018. Six months later the East Bengal offer arrived, where he was received as an idol and even received daily flowers and chocolates of the fans.
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"I followed what I like to play football and that there is a competitive league, apart from what we know about world football, there is a league in these parts of the world that can be very interesting to finish races and also to be able to win because there are good level, very good level ".
The Mexican left India in March amid a tumult of people who came to say goodbye and asked him not to leave the team and to return to make them champions, however, has not yet defined his future.
"I'm in a standby Because I'm on vacation, I'm listening to offers, I have some from India, from Israel, I've been told about Bangladesh, very exotic places and analyzing which would be the best for me, obviously I want to continue playing, I want to continue on this path of football, to know a A little more of these places that are sometimes a bit unknown, but sometimes they have a little bit of everything, they have soccer, they have money, they have infrastructure ".
"I would love to return to Mexico of course, I would love to return to Queretaro, but it has never been possible to give, I would love to retire in my home team. I have the opportunity to return to India, I have to analyze the best option and above all that my family is comfortable, because it is not easy to go to one of these places ".