|Intro||Mexican-American soccer player|
|Is|| Athlete |
Association football player
|From|| United States of America |
|Birth||15 February 2002, Kansas City, USA|
Sagir David Arce Chávez (born February 15, 2002), is a Mexican-American footballer who plays as a forward for Monarcas Morelia at the Liga MX.
Arce made his professional debut on September 3, 2019, when he replaced Fernando Aristeguieta in the 77th minute of the Copa MX 2-0 home win against Cimarrones de Sonora. On September 25, 2019, Arce debuted in the Liga MX when he came in the 81st minute of the 3-2 defeat against Club Tijuana replacing Aldo Rocha.
Due to his dual citizenship, Arce is eligible to represent both Mexico and the United States. He reportedly decided to represent the United States and has been part of several United States U17 camps since 2018, playing for the team on several friendly matches and youth tournaments.