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Mexico chief meets with U.S., Galaxy youth Araujo

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Mexican Football Federation sporting director Gerardo Torrado visited LA Galaxy's training on Tuesday and was seen talking to young full-back Julian Araujo, who recently left the door open to a switch from U.S. national teams to Mexico.

Araujo has recently broken into the Galaxy's starting XI under Guillermo Barros Schelotto, featuring in 10 MLS games since signing a deal with the first team on March 1.

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U.S. U20 star Araujo open to Mexico switch

Zlatan Ibrahimovic's dominance continued versus Carlos Vela's LAFC as his hat trick lifted LA Galaxy to a 3-2 win in El Trafico.

LA Galaxy and U.S. youth international full-back Julian Araujo would consider a move to the Mexican national team if the right opportunity presented itself.

The 17-year-old dual national right-back was part of the United States' Under-20 squad that reached the quarterfinals of the World Cup in Poland in June, but didn't see the field. He has excelled with the Galaxy since making his MLS debut in April.

"My options are always open," Araujo told The Scuffed Podcast. "It's always about opportunities,...

LA Galaxy sign U.S. youth Julian Araujo, 17, to first-team deal

The LA Galaxy continued to make roster adjustments on Friday in advance of their season opener Saturday against the Chicago Fire, signing 17-year-old defender Julian Araujo to a contract with the first team.

Araujo, a local Southern California product from Lompoc High School, was selected off waivers by the Galaxy after the team traded $50,000 in targeted allocation money to the Colorado Rapids to move up to the No. 1 spot in the waiver order.

Araujo led his high school team to the playoffs in the...