Mexico's Hirving Lozano has his focus on the World Cup, but he's not ruling out a move to the Premier League.
PSV winger and Everton target Hirving Lozano has failed to rule out a summer move to Merseyside, but insisted his focus is on the upcoming World Cup.
The Mexico star has been linked with a move away from his current side this summer, but both eyes seem to be firmly fixed on the tournament ahead.
The 22-year-old has been called up for the Russian World Cup by Juan Carlos Osorio, and this summer will see the youngster take part in his first tournament for the nation. However, that isn't the only exciting piece of news in what has become a busy few months for Lozano.
Having hired former PSV technical director Marcel Brands, Everton's summer transfer window is threatening to be a big one for the Toffees, and reports are claiming that Brands is looking to pinch a couple of faces from his former club to strengthen the Toffees - Lozano included.
Though nothing concrete has emerged as of yet, the rumors seem to have reached the PSV player, who has hinted that he could be tempted to the Premier League after his international duty.
He said (via the Echo): "Brands brought me to PSV, I'm grateful, happy, but I'm not thinking about whether I'm an option [for Everton].
"If there is an option to leave we'll decide what is the best decision for me and my family, but I'm concentrating on the national team."
While Mexico's Group F will undoubtedly be a competitive one, there's no reason to say that el Tricolor can't progress into the knockout stages of the competition.
An opening fixture against current world champions Germany poses the biggest threat, but victories over the likes of Sweden and South Korea to finish off the group stages will be seen as manageable tasks, and Lozano will be fully focused on delivering a successful campaign to his nation.