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Diego Lainez parents: Meet Mary del Carmen Leyva de la O and Mauro Lainez

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Diego Lainez’s parents are Mary del Carmen Leyva de la O and Mauro Lainez. They are both from Villahermosa, Tabasco, Mexico. Mary del Carmen is a homemaker and Mauro is a businessman. They have two other children, Diego’s brother Mauro and his sister Daniela.

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Diego’s parents have always been very supportive of his football career. They were the ones who encouraged him to start playing when he was just a child. They also helped him to get into the Club América academy.

Diego’s parents are very proud of his accomplishments. They have traveled all over the world to watch him play. They are always there to cheer him on and support him.

In an interview, Diego said that his parents are his biggest inspiration. He said that they have taught him the importance of hard work and dedication. He also said that they have always been there for him, no matter what.

Diego’s parents are a big part of his success. They have always been there to support him and encourage him. They are his biggest fans and they are always there to cheer him on.

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(Photo by John Dorton/ISI Photos/Getty Images)

Their son, Diego Lainez Leyva is a Mexican professional footballer who plays as a winger for Liga MX club Tigres UANL, on loan from Real Betis, and the Mexico national team.

He was born on June 9, 2000, in Villahermosa, Tabasco, Mexico. Lainez began his career at Club América in 2017, and made his professional debut in 2018.

On 10 January 2019, Lainez joined La Liga club Real Betis on a five-year contract reportedly worth $14 million. The move made him the youngest player to emigrate from Liga MX, as well as the second most expensive transfer paid for a Mexican player by a European club.

On 29 July 2022, Lainez joined Primeira Liga club Braga on a season-long loan. On 30 January 2023, Lainez returned to Mexico and joined Tigres UANL on a one-year loan. Lainez has also made over 20 appearances for the Mexico national team and was part of the squad that won the CONCACAF Gold Cup in 2019.

 





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