The USA striker could join up with his international teammate Jonathan Bornstein.
Tigres vice president Andrés Fassi mentioned he was interested in the USA striker, and said he would be in contact with Pachuca when the Mexican league playoffs end in December, according to mediotiempo.com
Tigres were interested in Gomez’s services before the recent campaign began, but ultimately lost out to Pachuca when Gomez made his transfer in May.
After leading the league in scoring last season with Puebla, Gomez has fallen off a bit this season, scoring just once in 12 games with Pachuca.
Should Gomez move to Tigres, he would join up with fellow World Cup 2010 teammate Jonathan Bornstein, who will join the team for the upcoming season after transferring from Chivas USA.
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