Carlos Joaquin Correa is a professional football player of Argentine origin. He plays the role of an attacking midfielder for the team. He currently plays for the Spanish club Sevilla FC. He was born on 13 August 1994 in Juan Bautista Alberdi, Argentina.
Correa started his professional youth career with River Plate. He also played for the clubs Renato Cesarini and Estudiantes during his youth career.
He started playing football quite early in his life and thus started to climb the ladder of success in his game.
Correa made his debut at the senior level for Estudiantes on 19 May 2012. He came in as a substitute for Duvan Zapata in a game that ended in a 0-3 away victory for the team against Banfield.
Rise to glory
Correa scored his first goal at at the professional level on 10 May 2014. It was a home game against San Lorenzo and he had scored the first of the three goals scored by his team.
From there on, he did not look back and kept rising in his career. Soon, he became a regular for the team and also appeared regularly for the team during the Copa Sudamericana.
Because of his performance, he got transferred Sampdoria and also got a long contract.
After playing for Estudiantes for two years, Correa got transferred to Sampdoria on 16 December, 2014.
He made the debut for this team on 15 January 2015. He played for Sampdoria for one year and performed decently well for them.
On 10 July 2016, the La Liga club Sevilla FC made an agreement with Sampdoria for Correa’s transfer. The fee that Sampdoria got for this transfer was rumoured to be 13 million euros.
On 17 August 2016, he made his debut for Sevilla FC in 0-3 away loss against FC Barcelona.