Antonio De Nigris said he would like to return to the Mexican league to improve his chances of playing for the national team.
“My representative is making some moves, he is talking to people and I have much desire to return, to be able to prove myself, and have an opportunity with the national team,” said De Nigris.
Although he knew of a possible destination, De Nigris did not disclose that information.
“I know about my possibilities to play with a Mexican club but I will not mention them yet because that would not be a good thing, I know that there is a possibility and I personally hope that it becomes a reality so that I can prove myself,” concluded the globe trotting striker.
De Nigris, who is currently playing for Turkish outfit Ankaragucu, made his debut with the Rayados would not mind suiting up for them again and play alongside his younger brother Aldo de Nigris.
De Nigris also admitted that his main desire for returning to Mexican league is to look for an opportunity to play for the national team because as competitive as the Turkish league might be it does not get much exposure and thus reduces his chances for getting a call-up. For the 31-year-old striker South Africa could very well be his last chance to play in a FIFA World Cup.
Joel Aceves, Goal.com
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