Between Mexico and the United States: attacker Paul Arriola wants to reach Qatar 2022 with a new club

Arriola has defended the colors of the USMNT on 42 occasions.

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The Qatar World Cup 2022 It has been the goal of many footballers. The World Cup has been the main reason why Rodolfo Pizarro, Jonathan dos Santos and Marcó Fabian changed clubs. In a similar situation is Paul Arriola. The experienced attacker is looking to leave DC United and the Liga MX is one of its possible destinations.

“With all due respect, I don’t have anything concrete right now about my future, obviously not everything is my decision if I want to go or not, I want to go where it helps me get to the World Cup And I can’t control everything. I know that the clubs are talking, but the opportunity is complicated by the club’s decision and I have respect. I understand that this is a business and I focus on the selection”, Paul Arriola pointed out at a press conference.

The 26-year-old veteran soccer player is wanted by the Eagles of America by Santiago Solari. However, the Mexican team is not the only one that is after the player to acquire his services. Reports indicate that from the MLS there is also interest in signing him, specifically from the teams Charlotte FC and FC Dallas.

Paul Arriola works with the USMNT

While the future of the attacker is defined, Arriola remains in a United States national team concentration camp. The striker works on his physical condition and prepares details for the next FIFA dates, but he admits that He keeps thinking about the next step in his career.

I already want to have my head free to play with the national team, which is the most important thing for me. The club’s situation is very complicated and I can’t do much, so now I try to focus on the camp with the national team”, he concluded.

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