Eduardo Vargas

Eduardo Vargas, born 20 November 1989, is a versatile Chilean footballer who can play a variety of attacking roles for German club Tigres and the Chile national team. Emerging as a top talent at Cobreloa, Vargas moved to Universidad de Chile where he won three titles, including the 2011 Copa Sudamericana where he was named player of the tournament. In 2011 he was co-awarded the Chilean Footballer of the Year and also finished as runner-up for the South American Footballer of the Year. In January 2012 Serie A club Napoli signed Vargas for a reported £11 million fee. He failed to settle in Italy and had load spells with Gremio in Brazil, Valencia in Spain and QPR in England before joining Hoffenheim in the summer of 2015 for £5 million.

 Position:
Second Striker
  Country:
Chile
  Age:
30
  Birth Place:
Santiago de Chile
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Eduardo Vargas

 Position:
Second Striker
  Country:
Chile
  Age:
30
  Birth Place:
Santiago de Chile
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Eduardo Vargas, born 20 November 1989, is a versatile Chilean footballer who can play a variety of attacking roles for German club Tigres and the Chile national team. Emerging as a top talent at Cobreloa, Vargas moved to Universidad de Chile where he won three titles, including the 2011 Copa Sudamericana where he was named player of the tournament. In 2011 he was co-awarded the Chilean Footballer of the Year and also finished as runner-up for the South American Footballer of the Year. In January 2012 Serie A club Napoli signed Vargas for a reported £11 million fee. He failed to settle in Italy and had load spells with Gremio in Brazil, Valencia in Spain and QPR in England before joining Hoffenheim in the summer of 2015 for £5 million.