Uruguayan striker Sebastian Abreu made his 31st transfer at the age of 44, becoming the player who changed the most teams.
Sebastian Abreu, the 44-year-old Uruguayan striker, made the 31st transfer of his football career. Abreu said, “My excitement is like the first day. I was born for football,” after signing Uruguay team Sud America. Experienced football player, who has played 70 competitions and scored 26 goals for the Uruguay National Team, among their goals is to be able to enter the National Team again! Abreu thus became the player who changed teams the most.
44-year-old striker Sebastian Abreu cannot leave football. Sebastian Abreu, who has been active in football for 27 years, made his 31st transfer at the age of 44. Finally, the striker, who reached an agreement with Sud America, one of his country’s teams, said, “I am excited as the first day. I was born for football. Maybe I will wear the Uruguay shirt again, this is life,” he said. Abreu became the player who changed the most teams with his 31st transfer.
Here are the teams that Abreu wears: Defensor, San Lorenzo, Deportivo La Coruna, Gremio, Nacional, Cruz Azul, America de Cali, Tecos, Sinaloa, Monterrey, San Luis, UANL, River Plate, Beitar Jarusalem, Real Sociedad, Aris, Botafogo, Figueirense, Rosario Centrali Aucas, Sol de America, Sante Tecla, Bangu, Central Espanol, Puerto Montt, Audax Italiano, Magallanes, Rio Branco, Boston River, Athletic Club-MG, Sud America