Diego Lainez Leyva, born on June 9, 2000, is a professional footballer for both the Mexican national team and the Primeira Liga club Braga.
For whom he is currently on loan from Real Betis. As of the 29th of July, 2022, Lainez was on loan to Braga of the Primeira Liga.
Lainez was initially disqualified from competing in the 2020 CONCACAF Men’s Olympic Qualifying Championship because it was not a FIFA-sanctioned competition.
However, he was later selected to play in the 2020 Summer Olympics. He helped his team to a bronze medal at the Olympics.
Against the United States in the Concacaf Nations League Final on 6 June 2021, Lainez scored seconds after entering the game as a substitute to cut the deficit to 2-1.
Mexico would go on to lose the match 3-2. He made it into the tournament’s top eleven players.
Tokyo 2020 – Mexico Thump France 4-1 to Claim First Win of Men’s Football Tournament
After a scoreless first half, Group A’s match between Mexico and France ended with a 4-1 victory for Mexico.
After beating France in a gold-medal match in London in 2012, Mexico is eager to defend their title.
Diego Lainez posed a constant danger, and on 17 minutes he almost assisted Alexis Vega on the game’s first goal.
Once he pounced on a loose pass from Madibo Sagnan and fed the striker, the latter beat Paul Bernardoni but had his effort blocked. After making an error, Sagnan quickly recovered and resumed his previous position.
Diego Lainez Leyva Net Worth
The winger signed a contract with Real Betis in January 2019 for a huge annual salary of 520,000 Euros (466,069 Pounds).
We did the math, and his daily wage is €1,425 (£1,277) and his hourly wage is €59 (£53). This means that Mexican Messi earns as much in a month as the typical guy would need to work for 1.3 years to earn.
Approximately 300,000 Euros in Wealth (268,840 Pounds). As of now, he’s worth about €7.5 million (6.8 Million Pounds).
His worth, which had fallen to a low of 5 M EUR in October of 2020, has been recalculated to a current level of 7.5 M EUR. As of this writing, this player’s wealth couldn’t exceed 300,000.
Lozano stated after the game that the 21-year-old Diego Lainez has a chance to be selected to participate in the Tokyo Olympics.
The Real Betis midfielder would miss out on playing for the senior team at the CONCACAF Gold Cup if this choice were made.