Peruvian National Team: Santiago Ormeño and his hint to the ‘Tri’ of Mexico after being announced as a new Leon player | Liga MX | Opening 2021 | Transfers | Peru | PE | MX | CDMX | MEXICO

Life gives you surprises. Advertised by Lion this Friday, Santiago Ormeño It did not take long to send a message to his fans thanking all the affection that he receives a few hours after making his signing for the ‘Fiera’ official. However, there was something in his greeting that caught the attention of many users on Mexico Y Peru, and the player would have sent a hint to Gerardo Martino’s ‘Tri’.

’’I’ll finally go green, and let’s hope I’m not the only one’’, the former player of Puebla, in a video dedicated to the fans of his new club in which he clearly alludes to the Mexican team and his desire to wear his shirt. As will be well remembered, Ormeño He has dual nationality, so he could be called both by the ‘Tri’ and by Peru sometime.

His message quickly became news throughout the territory, since many Mexican fans already gave him up for lost after knowing his call to the Peruvian team for the Copa América 2021. However, it is clear that Ormeño He has not yet decided which shirt he will defend in the coming months. For now Peru He has already shown his interest in having him, something that the ‘Tri’ still does not do.

Author of 10 goals in the last campaign (nine in the Clausura 2021 and one in the MX League), Santiago Ormeño comes to Lion with the slogan of being the man who leads the team to repeat last year’s title, where the ‘Greens’ were vastly superior to any other rival. Thus, with the arrival of ‘Santi’, the ‘Fiera’ added to its first major reinforcement in this market.

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While it is true that the details of the transaction of Ormeño, Leon is estimated to have paid at least $ 2.5 million for the striker. Chivas de Guadalajara was another of the teams that was also interested in the striker of the ‘Strip’, with whom he even tried a couple of years ago, but did not receive the approval of the then ‘Rebaño’ coach, Tomás Boy.

In his farewell letter to the fans of the Puebla, Ormeño made clear his gratitude to the fans and the club that “gave him the opportunity to achieve his dream.” ” I leave knowing that every moment I defended this shirt, I did it with all my heart and all my strength. I have nothing but good memories, I’ll be one more mad where I go’’, it reads in its publication.

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