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By AVI CREDITOR
DaMarcus Beasley's next career stop appears to be in Mexico.
Beasley is on the verge of signing a two-year deal with Primera Division club Puebla, sources told SBI. Should Beasley sign there, it would add Mexico to a list of countries in which the speedy winger has played. He previously played for teams in the United States, Netherlands, England, Scotland and Germany.
The 29-year-old Beasley left Glasgow Rangers to sign with Hannover 96 in the Bundesliga last season, but he only appeared in four games for the club, which is captained by U.S. international right back Steve Cherundolo.
Puebla announced via its official Twitter feed that Beasley's signing was complete, but sources say that the deal is not done just yet.
Beasley is undoubtedly hoping that a potential stint in Puebla can do for him what it did for fellow American Herculez Gomez, who starred there during the 2010 Mexican Clausura season.
Gomez led the league in goals and used his performance there to propel himself onto the U.S. national team roster for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, where he teamed with Beasley.
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