Reading midfielder Silvana Flores has been called up by Mexico for an international camp with their Under-20s side.
The 18-year-old former Arsenal and Chelsea player has most recently been with the senior Mexican group. She made her senior international debut in February as Mexico drew 0-0 in an international friendly with Costa Rica in Mexico City.
The Mexican Under-20s side have an international training camp this month in which they will play two practice matches and it has been confirmed that head coach Maribel Dominguez has included Flores in that group. The player has linked up with the Mexican team at their High Performance Centre (CAR) and she will remain in camp until next Tuesday.
Dominguez’s 26-player squad was announced by the Mexican Football Association on their official social media channels earlier today.
Esta es la 📋 de convocadas por la profesora Maribel Domínguez para concentrar en el CAR durante la Fecha FIFA. 🇲🇽⚽
— Selección Nacional de México Femenil (@MiseleccionFem) April 6, 2021
Flores joined Reading from their Barclays FA Women’s Super League rivals Chelsea back in early February. The youngster has been named amongst the substitutes on six occasions since moving to The Madejski Stadium but Flores is yet to be handed her debut by Reading boss Kelly Chambers.
The midfielder was rated highly by former club Arsenal but Flores is still waiting to get her chance to impress as a senior player at club level.