Marcelo Díaz

Marcelo Diaz is a Chilean midfielder, who was born on 29th December 1986 and plays for Racing Club. Diaz spent eight years of his youth career at Universidad de Chile, before he was promoted to the first team in 2005. In the first week of the 2005 season, Diaz made his professional debut in a 3–2 defeat against Everton. Making 162 appearances for the side, Diaz was an integral part of the team with the club that won five titles. In the summer of 2012, Diaz completed his move to Swiss side FC Basel on a four-year deal. After spending three years Basel, Diaz was forced to leave the club during the winter break and joined Bundesliga club Hamburger SV on a three-and-a-half year deal in February 2015. In January 2016, Diaz was transferred to La Liga side Celta Vigo. Since making his debut for Chile in 2011, Diaz has earned over 40 caps for his country as well as winning back-to-back Copa America titles in 2015 and 2016.

 Position:
Central Midfielder
  Country:
Chile
  Age:
33
  Birth Place:
Santiago de Chile
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Marcelo Díaz

 Position:
Central Midfielder
  Country:
Chile
  Age:
33
  Birth Place:
Santiago de Chile
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Marcelo Diaz is a Chilean midfielder, who was born on 29th December 1986 and plays for Racing Club. Diaz spent eight years of his youth career at Universidad de Chile, before he was promoted to the first team in 2005. In the first week of the 2005 season, Diaz made his professional debut in a 3–2 defeat against Everton. Making 162 appearances for the side, Diaz was an integral part of the team with the club that won five titles. In the summer of 2012, Diaz completed his move to Swiss side FC Basel on a four-year deal. After spending three years Basel, Diaz was forced to leave the club during the winter break and joined Bundesliga club Hamburger SV on a three-and-a-half year deal in February 2015. In January 2016, Diaz was transferred to La Liga side Celta Vigo. Since making his debut for Chile in 2011, Diaz has earned over 40 caps for his country as well as winning back-to-back Copa America titles in 2015 and 2016.