Alexandro Collazo (born March 2nd, 1997) is a Mexican footballer who plays for Tottenham Hotspur as a striker.
Club career Edit
CF America Edit
Entering CF America's youth system when he was 8, Alexandro was a standout player even then. Scoring well over 200 goals by the time he was 16. Alexandro signed a professional contract with CF America when he was 17. He made his debut the following season. In one year alone the 18 year old managed to net 13 goals and 8 assists. That was enough for him to lead CF America to a championship title in his first season. 2015-16 was an even better success story for the young Mexican. Scoring 26 goals and managing 7 assists. That year he lead CF America to the Mexican First Division title along with winning the CONCACAF Champions League.
Tottenham Hotspur Edit
In January of 2017, Alexandro got his wish to move to Europe. Alexandro signed a contract with Tottenham Hotspur and completed a World Record move of £108M to the London side. Initial success didn't come straight away for the youngster. Still trying to find his feet, he only managed to play 5 games netting 3 goals. Alexandro would go on to lead Spurs to multiple titles before he was 22.
International career Edit
Alexandro Collazo is a national team hero in Mexico. Already cemented his place in the national squad by the time he was 18. So far, he has been capped 39 times and has scored 30 goals with the national team.
Career statistics Edit
CF America Edit
Mexican First Division: Winner 2015, Winner 2016
CONCACAF Champions League: Winner 2016
Club World Cup: Runners-up 2016
English Premier League: Winner 2019
English FA Cup: Runners-up 2017
Capital One Cup: Winner 2019
Community Shield: Winner 2019
UEFA Champions League: Winner 2017
Club World Cup: Winner 2017
No International Honours earned.