MEXICO CITY - U.S. World Cup winger
DaMarcus Beasley is set to join Puebla for next season, the
Mexican first division club said on Wednesday.
"On Monday, [Beasley] will be arriving at Angelopolis to have physical and medical tests in order to join
the squad on Tuesday, who will be practicing at the Cuauhtemoc
stadium," they said in a statement.
The 29-year-old, who has played for the United States at
three World Cups, will join Puebla from Hannover 96 in Germany.
Beasley has also played for Chicago Fire, PSV Eindhoven,
Manchester City and Rangers.
The Mexican Apertura championship, first of two in the
season, kicks off on July 22.
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