The ‘Mexican Messi’, Luka Romero passed the medical tests and has already joined Lazio to start the preseason with the Italian team
The Argentine Luka Romero, former Mallorca player and youngest debutant in the history of the Spanish League, joined the concentration of his new team, Lazio, this Tuesday morning, after passing the medical examination on Monday.
Luka Romero arrived in Auronzo di Cadore (Veneto, northeast) accompanied by some representatives of Lazio, ready to start working under coach Maurizio Sarri, Lazio reported on their social networks.
The Argentine, born in Mexico in 2004 and with Spanish nationality, passed the relevant medical examination this Monday at the Paideia clinic in Rome before traveling to northern Italy to meet up with his companions.
His incorporation has generated great expectation in the Roman fans, also because of the ambitious nickname that accompanies him, that of “Mini Messi”.
The young winger arrives at Lazio to reinforce the lead of the group from the Italian capital, after the recent signing of Brazilian Felipe Anderson.
Romero was the youngest player to make his debut in the Spanish First Division on June 24, 2020, with only 15 years and 219 days, in a Mallorca match against Real Madrid; and during the last season with the Balearic club he has scored a goal in 6 games.
Despite being born in the city of Durango, in Mexico, in 2004, Romero already debuted with the U-15 and U-17 teams in Argentina and also does not occupy an extra-community place as he has Spanish nationality.