Is Giovani Dos Santos playing for Mexico?

Is Giovani Dos Santos playing for Mexico?

Giovani dos Santos joined Club America on a free transfer in July 2019 when his contract with the Los Angeles Galaxy expired. The Mexican international had never played in Liga MX before, so his arrival sparked a lot of excitement, but after two years, he hasn't lived up to the anticipation. After making just 11 appearances for America, dos Santos has been loaned out to Pachuca and Guadalajara.

Dos Santos is the younger brother of former Tottenham and LA Galaxy player Juan Manuel Dos Santos. They are both born in Mexico City and they have one sister named Jessica. When they were children, their parents moved to England to find work, which allowed them to study at several high-profile schools, including St Paul's School and Westminster School. Their father later found employment as a security guard while their mother worked as a housekeeper.

The brothers always wanted to play football, but they didn't start until late because their parents believed that they would be able to study too. Once they turned professional, their parents wanted them to stop playing football and focus on school instead. However, the boys refused to listen and continued to practice after their contracts had ended with their clubs in order to become better players.

They both came through the youth system at Barcelona and made their first team appearances in 2011. That same year, Giovani won the UEFA Champions League with Barca.

When did Giovani dos Santos move to Galatasaray?

Dos Santos agreed to a loan deal with Turkish side Galatasaray for the balance of the 2009-10 season, with the option to acquire him at the conclusion of that spell. The transfer reunited the player with his former Barcelona coach, Frank Rijkaard.

Dos Santos, Giovani Biography Giovani dos Santos Ramirez was born in Monterrey, Mexico in 1989. He is now an attacking midfielder for Villarreal. He graduated from Barcelona's youth program and joined the main squad for the 2006 pre-season tour.

Dos Santos scored and assisted against Shamrock Rovers in Tottenham's UEFA Europa League group match on September 29, 2011 at White Hart Lane. On Saturday, January 7, 2012, he scored a goal and provided an assist in a 3-0 FA Cup third-round win over Cheltenham Town.

Dos Santos has two brothers and two half-brothers; the elder, Eder, was a defensive midfielder for America's reserves team until retiring in 2009, while his younger brother, Jonathan, presently plays for the LA Galaxy. Dos Santos graced the covers of the MLS special versions of FIFA 16 and FIFA 17.

What is Raul Jimenez famous for?

From 2011 until 2014, he was a striker for CF America in the Mexican Liga MX before joining Atletico Madrid. In 2013, he was named to the Mexican national team. He has been called up for two matches so far, but did not play.

His wife is American and they have two children together. The family lives in Mexico City where Raul plays for Atletico Madrid.

He began his career at youth level with Pachuca before moving to Europe in 2008 when he signed with Belgian club Genk. After one season there, he moved to Spain and joined Segunda División B side Lorca FC. In 2010, he went on loan to Italian club Perugia and scored 11 goals in 17 appearances. That year, he returned to Spain and signed with Real Zaragoza. He became a regular starter for the team and contributed by scoring 20 goals in 56 appearances.

In 2012, he moved to Mexico where he joined CF America. He quickly became a main striker role and led the team to the playoffs before being eliminated by Puebla. In 2013, he helped the team win the Apertura title before leaving to join Spanish powerhouse Atletico Madrid.

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