|Current Team:||Club León|
|Birth Day:||May 15, 1986|
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He debuted professionally for Indios de Ciudad Juarez in 2005.
He made his professional debut on January 8, 2006, in a league game against Irapuato, entering the game as a substitute for Luis Esqueda in the 79th minute in the Olimpico Benito Juarez Stadium.
Montes made his senior international debut for Mexico as a second-half substitute in a goalless friendly with Peru on 17 April 2013. He was selected by coach José Manuel de la Torre to participate in the 2013 CONCACAF Gold Cup held in the United States, and scored his first international goal on his third Mexico appearance, in a 3–1 win over Martinique in the group stage of the Gold Cup on 14 July.
Montes was selected in October 2013 by new coach Miguel Herrera to dispute the Intercontinental play-off between Mexico and New Zealand in which he played both games and helped Mexico qualify to the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Luis Montes received his first call up in 2014, in Mexico's first game in 2014 against South Korea. Eventually Montes was called up to be in Mexico's squad for the 2014 World Cup along with teammates, Carlos Peña, José Vázquez, and Rafael Márquez.
In 2014, he was injured by a tackle after he had scored in a friendly international match against Ecuador, breaking his tibia and fibula making him ineligible for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
On 31 May 2014, in a friendly match against Ecuador two minutes after scoring a long range goal, Montes suffered a double fracture [tibia and fibula] in a challenge with Segundo Castillo. Due to the injury Montes missed the 2014 FIFA World Cup and did not return to action until 8 February 2015 against UNAM.
On 23 March 2019, Montes returned to international football in a 3–1 victory against Chile after a two-year absence. He also scored Mexico's fourth goal three days later in a 4–2 victory over Paraguay.
Luis was born in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.
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Currently, Luis Montes is 34 years old. Luis Montes will celebrate 35th birthday on Saturday, May 15, 2021. Below we countdown to Luis Montes upcoming birthday.