Alejandro Zendejas

  • DOB February 7, 1998
  • Age 26
  • Place of birth Juarez, Mexico
  • POSITION Midfielder
  • HEIGHT 0'0"
  • U.S. CAPS
  • CLUB Club America
  • Current ASN 100 Rank 38
  • Previous ASN 100 Rank Unranked
  • Youth Experience U.S. U-17
Zendejas was a member the United States under-17 squad that competed at the 2015 CONCACAF U-17 Championship playing alongside future USMNT stars Christian Pulisic and Tyler Adams. Overall, he gained 27 caps and scored four goals for the U-17 national team. After joining Mexican club C.D. Guadalajara, Zendejas agreed to reject future U.S. national team call-ups and accept Mexico national team call-ups if they occur.

However, on January 17, 2023, Zendejas was included in the list of call ups for two friendlies against Serbia and Colombia as he never applied to FIFA for a one-time switch in affiliation to be allowed to appear for a Mexico national team.

In January 2023, Zendejas became the fifth player to earn caps for both national teams in the history of the Mexico–U.S. football rivalry and only the second Mexican-born to do so since Martín Vásquez.

On March 14, 2023, U.S. Soccer announced that Zendejas had officially committed to play internationally for the United States on a permanent basis.