Find out here who are the 5 most expensive footballers who have not yet found a team in front of the gates of the league 1 start this year 2023
Peruvian footballers are looking for a club this season following the signing of Paolo Guerrero by Racing de Avellaneda. But not everyone has their future firmly in hand, which is why several Peruvian footballers are looking for clubs. According to the football portal Transfermarket, these are the most expensive Peruvian footballers without a club.
5th place: Arón Torres (275,000 euros)
The 25-year-old winger started his career at Cienciano, playing for Deportivo Municipal and Sport Boys, where he rose to the league with the latter. His last club was Unión Comercio; However, a chronic kidney problem has prevented him from finding a new team. Although his club turned their backs on him due to this situation, some of his team-mates like Paulo Albarracín have supported him through this complicated illness. Although it is difficult for him to find a new club until his health improves, that hasn’t stopped him from being included in this list.
The player came to denounce that his club turned their back on him in this situation. Photo: Diffusion
4th place: Adrian Quiroz (300,000 euros)
The 23-year-old midfielder played for Club Atlético Grau last year. He graduated minors at the Universitario until joining the Piura club in 2021. Although his departure was not made official, no contract extension was announced for the midfielder either, who made 21 appearances, started 5 games and played 635 minutes.
Adrián Quiróz is looking for a club. Photo: Instagram @adrianqf_10
3rd place: José Inga (350,000 euros)
The 23-year-old midfielder was also a Sporting Cristal player; However, for the last 2 years he has been on loan at San Martín and Carlos Manucci, most recently at his club. However, he managed to consolidate at the Trujillo club, where he started 19 games, played 1785 minutes and scored one goal.
José Inga will look for a club after his time at Manucci. Photo: Instagram @jose.maria.inga
2nd place: Kevin Quevedo (450,000 euros)
The 25-year-old forward scored his best spell at Alianza Lima, which saw him debut with the Peru team in a friendly against Ecuador, where he came on for Raul Ruidiaz. However, after his departure for Goias in Brazil, his career was in decline. He arrived in Melgar in search of logs; However, he never managed to consolidate himself at the Arequipa club. Despite playing 37 games last season, he only made 15 starts, recording 4 goals and 5 assists. Despite being without a club, he hasn’t been short of offers from clubs who will try to bring the talented player back.
Despite offers, the ex-selection player has not yet found a club. Photo: Antonio Melgarejo Yaranga – GLR
1st place: Paolo Fuentes (650,000 euros)
The club’s most expensive Peruvian player is the 26-year-old former Cienciano defender. It’s not down to a bad season though, as he was a regular at Club Cuzco and managed to get called up by the national team’s Microcycles. However, an analysis result for dexamethasone has resulted in a 16-month ban preventing him from playing until March 2024; However, the player has indicated that he will appeal to CAS.
The 26-year-old centre-back is due to serve out his ban before finding a club. (Photo: GLR)