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Which young American is most likely to have a spectacular break-out in the new season?
Julian Green (Bayern Munich)
Matt Miazga (loan destination TBC)
Lynden Gooch (Sunderland)
Theoson Jordan Siebatcheu (Reims)
Caleb Stanko (FC Vaduz)
Bjørn Johnsen (Hearts)
JOAQUIN HERNANDEZ
Mexico FC Juárez (Segunda División)
on loan from Mexico Monterrey (Primera Division)
#52 | Midfielder
Birth Date
Birth Place
Height/Weight
US Caps/Goals
March 1, 1994 (Age: 22)
El Paso, Texas
5' 10", 163 lbs (1.78 m, 74 kg)
0/0
GP
9
S
6
M
556
G
0
A
1
YC
0
RC
0
OG
0
Club Career

Hernandez hopped across the border from El Paso to Ciudad Juarez to begin his youth career with Club Indios. Hernandez moved up the ranks at Indios and made two brief appearances with the first team in the Liga de Ascenso during the 2010-11 season.

In December 2011, however, Indios went bust and Hernandez found himself looking for a club. He found a home with Monterrey, where he joined the Rayados' U-17 team.

Hernandez moved up to Monterrey's U-20 team for his first full season with the club. In April 2013, he was called up to the first team and made his Liga MX debut.

United States U20 and former UCSB keeper Justin vom Steeg has moved across the Atlantic to join 2nd Bundesliga club Fortuna Düsseldorf.
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