The "vinotinto" football has awakened the interest of the different clubs of the world, a phenomenon that has been gaining space year after year
Venezuela has grown in international football. In South America and Europe, the presence of footballers from this country has begun to break with great force, something unthinkable many years ago. Today, thanks to the efforts of the clubs and the success of the Venezuelan minor teams, it became a reality. In the current transfer market, the hiring of the most bombastic Venezuelan soccer player was the one of the gunner Salomón Rondón with the Newcastle of the Premier League. However, in LatinAmerican Post we show the other players from this country who have signed for important clubs of UEFA and Conmebol.
As detailed in a publication of the newspaper specializing in soccer As.com, the most important recruitment of a Venezuelan in terms of large clubs is concerned, is that of the young midfielder Christian Makoun. The player was captain of the Vinotinto national team in the last South American sub-17, he was part of the team sub-champion U-20, and now he is a member of Juventus of Italy, a team in which he has already started to form part of reserve rosters.
Jhonder Cádiz, a midfielder who played at Monagas last season, details As is another of those good contracts from the Caribbean country. " Cádiz already has a long career in Portugal with Moreirense and Madeira National, played the previous season with Monagas SC, a club in which he managed to play the Copa Libertadores, opening the doors to return to Lusitanian lands by signing with the Vitoria de Setúbal ".
One of the Legionnaires "vinotinto", who already has several years playing in Europe, is forward Darwin Machis. Although he had a good season with the Spanish team Granada of the First Division, he decided to make the jump to Italian football with Udinese of Serie A.
Review the sports portal Vavel.com, which Machis has scored 56 goals in 60 games with the first team of Granada and that, in addition to his youth, was one of the great reasons to seal his union to the cast of the city of Udine.
Fernando Aristegüieta dissociated himself from his love team, Caracas FC, to sign as the new attacker of Colombia's América de Cali. The red, who already played in the First Division of France with Nantes and Philadelphia Union in the MLS, come to contribute to the scoring cause of the scarlet team, according to ElPais.com.co.
Undoubtedly, one of the countries that have most opened its market to the arrival of footballers from Venezuela, is Chile. The young 17-year-old Danny Perez is the latest addition to the ranks of the almighty Colo Colo, which according to another publication of As, was partly due to the very good background left by the skillful Yeferson Soteldo, the figure of the midfield the University of Chile.
According to As.com Venezuela, there are other excellent signings of Venezuelans to important clubs. Next, we will list them
- José Contreras (goalkeeper) Chateaureaux, Second Division of France
- Rubén Ramírez (defender) Fortuna Sittard, Eredivise Netherlands
- Luis "Cariaco" González (flyer) Deportes Tólima de Colombia
- Aristoteles Romero (steering wheel) Crotone, Serie A of Italy
- Adalberto Peñaranda (midfielder) Watford FC, Premier League England
- Andrés Ponce (forward) Anzhi Majachkalá, Russian Super League
- José Bandéz (forward) Fortuna Sittard, Eredivise Netherlands
- Jan Hurtado (forward) Gimnasia y Esgrima de La Plata, Superliga of Argentina
- Charlis Ortíz (forward) Huachipato, First Division of Chile
- José Caraballo (forward) Huachipato, First Division of Chile
LatinAmerican Post | Freddy González
Translated from 'Conozca los jugadores venezolanos que conquistan la UEFA y la Conmebol'