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Jonathan dos Santos has only played once this season with Barcelona.
There are three talented players giving their best, but it has not been easy. They could easily give the Liga MX a try, but have decided to keep trying in Europe.
Jonathan dos Santos
Giovani's brother started playing for Barcelona B in 2009. He is a skillful footballer that can play as a defensive or central midfielder.
As of this season, Jona is a member of Barça's first team; however, he has only played once.
The last time he was capped with the national team was in February 2012 in a friendly against Colombia.
He started his career with Mexican club Chivas, where he debuted in 2009. Dávila was a striving force of the U-20 squad. He scored twice in the U-20 World Cup, and in the U-20 CONCACAF Championship he was El Tri's top scorer with four goals.
A week after the World Cup final, Dávila signed with Chelsea, becoming the first Mexican to commit with the Blue Devils. However, he was loaned to Dutch club Vitesse and this season he is playing with Sabadell from Spain's second division.
This 30-year-old was born in Mexico to Spanish parents. He has dual citizenship and has stated that he would love to play for a Mexican club and later for El Tri (via msnmediotiempo.com).
He is Ulises Dávila's teammate and Sabadell's second best scorer this season with nine goals.