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Gomez still open to Mexico despite U.S. U20 start

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If selected and available, Gomez will have an opportunity to play in the U20 World Cup, which kicks off next May in Indonesia.

Despite this, El Tri's failure to qualify for the 2023 U20 World Cup and the 2024 Summer Olympics has given the U.S. the upper-hand in the push-and-pull between both nations for the player, which is something that his brother, FSV Zwickau midfielder Johan Gomez, alluded to on an episode of the ChumChat podcast this week.



"Mexico didn't make the U20 World Cup, the U.S. did, it's that simple.



Gomez and the U.S. U20 team will face their Mexican counterparts this Saturday in the Revelations Cup, before closing out the tournament with a match against Paraguay on Sept. 27.

"It's pretty straightforward," Johan Gomez said.

- Stream on ESPN+: LaLiga, Bundesliga, MLS, more (U.S.) "A player will go where the opportunities present themselves," German Gomez, Jonathan's father, told ESPN Mexico.
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