The attacking midfielder Jesús Manuel Tecatito Corona will be the fifth Mexican in Sevilla of LaLiga de España with what will continue on th
Tecatito Corona, the fifth Mexican in Sevilla
The attacking midfielder Jesús Manuel Tecatito Corona will be the fifth Mexican in Sevilla of LaLiga de España with what will continue on the way to the dynasty of Aztec soccer players who have put on the shirt of the Andalusians.
ANDhe Mexican Corona has already said goodbye to FC Porto and will join Sevilla for this winter market where it will face the second half of the 2021-2022 season and with this the whim of Julen Lopetegui at the head of the team is fulfilled.
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Here’s Jesús Corona ready to fly to Seville from Portugal. He’ll join Sevilla on a permanent deal for €3m fee, contract until June 2025. Here we go confirmed. 🛩🇵🇹🇪🇸 #Seville
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— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) January 13, 2022
Mexicans in Seville
Jesús Manuel Tecatito Corona will be the fifth Mexican in Sevilla of LaLiga de España, after other Aztec elements have worn this shirt.
The first Mexican in Sevilla, arrived in Spain. He arrived after being in Tenerife and later emigrated to Poli Ejido. Sevilla did not hesitate to sign him for the second part of the 2001-2002 season
However, it was the 2002-2003 season that had its best moment, with 22 games played, 21 as a starter. The following year he missed the first half of the season because he did not receive his Spanish nationality on time. This undoubtedly decided his destiny outside the club to play for Racing de Santander.
He arrived from FC Porto on loan for six months prior to the 2018 Russia World Cup, he earned his start by appearing in 16 games. He scored two goals; however, the Sevilla team could not pay 5 million euros to make the purchase option valid and the defender ended up at Villarreal.
After his uncertain time with West Ham United, the striker found a new opportunity with Sevilla. However, the reality is that he did not end up being the scorer he expected and ‘Chicharito’ soon left the Andalusian team.
The reality is that Julen Lopetegui preferred to opt for Luuk de Jong and Munir el Haddadi; The Mexican ended up going to the MLS with the LA Galaxy. He barely managed 3 goals in 15 games played in 6 months.
Probably the least outstanding of all the Aztecs with this shirt, he barely added minutes with the youth categories. JHe played for Sevilla Atlético, with whom he scored goals in some friendlies and won the “LXII Trofeo de la Bella”.
He barely managed to play 30 minutes in 3 games in the Second Division; However, in the summer of 2019 he was involved in the car accident in which two people died and from Seville they did not want to know more about the footballer.
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