The movements within the institution of Club Deportivo Guadalajara continue and it seems to indicate that one of the jewels of just 19 years of age that the press has talked about the most, will be back for the second part of the year.
Is about Luis Ferdinand Bridge player who plays as a center forward, emerged from the basic forces of Guadalajara and after overcoming a painful knee ligament injury almost a year and a half ago, he has finally been able to return to activity on the pitch.
It is expected that soon he will be able to fully join the work with the rest of the team, although he will surely do so with the U-20 category or the Tapatio before having opportunities in the first team.
The youth attacker was considered in 2020 by the British newspaper The Guardian as one of the 60 prospects to follow in world football due to his qualities on the pitch where he stood out for his goalscoring instinct, being considered within the club as one of its jewels.
Unfortunately for him, injuries have kept him away from the courts, since in his debut in the MX Expansion Leaguesuffered a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament, which has kept him off the courts for more than a year and a half, so they hope he can reappear in this Apertura 2022.
The scorer has had a training process in Guadalajara since 2016 when he joined the U-13, a squad with which he managed to score five goals, in the U-15 he scored 19 times, in the U-17 he did it 22 times and in the Sub-20 he was able to score seven goals, until the moment of his injury.
In a nutshell, during his training process he has scored a total of 53 goals and it would seem that he needs to make a place for himself in the club’s reserve team to later have aspirations of being promoted to the first team.