El Chapo’s elderly mom wants her son transferred to Mexico

El Chapo’s 90-year-old mother is desperate to see her drug kingpin son — and wants him to be transferred to Mexico to serve out his time.

“Of course I miss him a lot and I want to see him,” Consuelo Loera told Univision last week. “My request is that they allow me to go and see him, and that he is transferred to Mexico.”

The elderly woman said she was hoping to meet with Mexico’s President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to ask him about the possibility of returning her 61-year-old son to his native country.

The notorious ex-leader of the ruthless Sinaloa Cartel twice escaped prison in Mexico and was extradited to the US in January 2017.

“I have faith and confidence that he will do something for my son,” Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s mom said about the president.

Guzman was convicted last week in Brooklyn federal court of all 10 charges against him, including operating a continuing criminal enterprise, use of firearms and charges of conspiracy to import and distribute cocaine, heroin and marijuana.

His frail mom said she wants to go visit him in jail — but will need help to do so.

“I need someone to go with me because I almost can’t walk and I need help, a trustworthy person, a family member can go with me,” Loera told the station.

The diminutive drug lord will likely be sent to ADX Florence — the US’ only supermax prison, dubbed “The Alcatraz of the Rockies” — when he is sentenced June 25. He faces life behind bars.

“He tells us that he is fine,” Loera added about her son. “I hope … that he will be very willing, that he will ask God to help him and get out of that place.”