Diego Abreu, son of Sebastián Abreu, is focused on representing the best way to Mexico in his first call to the U16 Mexican National Team without leaving aside that he can also be a coach for Uruguay. The ‘Loquito’, which has been sought by Pachuca, has Raúl Jiménez as one of his idols.
“I found out Saturday morning coming back from practice, my mother showed me the statement that Mexico sent to the sports manager and it was. Very cheerful, because the truth for a player the selection is the most beautiful. Now I hope to represent Mexico as well as possible and what comes in the future we will see, but now I will focus on this experience and try to enjoy it to the fullest, ”he told ESPN Digital.
Abreu, 15, who will travel to Mexico on Wednesday night, revealed that he has had approaches from the lower teams of Uruguay, but has not played with the Charrúas.
“At the beginning of this year there was a survey that there was going to be a trip similar to the one we are going to go to Mexico, but we didn't have it. Being an odd year, that is 2003, we would have to wait until the U20 to be called here in Uruguay. ”
The defender of the Sporting Defender shared that his father did not oppose him to attend the call of the Tri and that he even advised him to enjoy his first call.
“My dad told me to enjoy them, to take it with the joy that I take things and that I have no nerve, after all, it is a beautiful experience. He does not get into that, he already knows that I am big and that I can make decisions. ”
The ‘Loquito’ has taken advantage of his father’s experience to exchange views, where his dad asks him to be an area forward, however, Diego likes to move across the front.
“It tells me that we strikers have to be there inside the area because any ball that is left there biting or dribbling in the area we have to be there to send it to the networks that is our duty. I am an opportunistic front center, I like to go out and play outside the area, that's why Dad grimaces me, but I feel freer outside, pivot and play the box ”.
IT HAS IDOL TO RAÚL JIMÉNEZ
The youth striker has among his idols the Mexican striker Raúl Jiménez, who currently plays for Wolverhampton Wanderers, because he likes the way he executes the penalties, in addition to the fact that Pachuca sought him at some point and does not close the doors to Mexican football.
"I have too many, I put the example of Raúl Jiménez that I like the technique of how he kicks the penalties, then Edinson Cavani, the sacrifice he makes on the court, and also Lautaro Martínez as a different scorer."
“Last year the Pachuca approached to speak with my representative, but for reasons I could not go. The truth is that it has a great level, very good Mexican soccer players have come out and I don't see a why not? Go through Mexico to play. ”
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