Juan Guilherme Nunes Jesus usually known as Juan Jesus or simply Juan, is a Brazilian football player ho plays for Internazionale. His profile is that of a defender/left back. Though he mainly plays as a centre back, but can also play as a full back. After initially starting with the Brazilian team of Futsal in 2007, he joined in the Sport Club Internacional Youth Club. He made his debut in first team in 2010, winning the Copa Libertadores. On 30 January 2012, FC Internazionale bought Juan for an undisclosed fee. Juan Jesus made his first Serie A appearance for Inter on 13 May 2012 in a match against Lazio. After having played in the Under-18 selections and Under-19 national team, in early 2010 in the Under-20 receives the call of Ney Franco. In January 2011 took part in the successful expedition to the South American Under-20 2011, playing all eight matches of the competition. In the same year he took part to the World Under-20.
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With Nemanja Vidic having been confirmed to be leaving Manchester United in the summer, David Moyes is losing a defensive general and a rock at the back. He is also losing his captain. Vidic has had his injury problems over the last few years but will ...
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Manchester United’s disappointing start to the Premier League campaign has seen the side post a poor record in defence, conceding nine goals through their first seven matches in the English top flight. With Rio Ferdinand‘s age beginning to show whilst Chris Smalling, Jonny Evans, and Phil Jones are each yet to make a great impact [...]The post Why Man United Should Consider This Ball-Playing Brazilian Centre-Back appeared first on Squawka News.
At the inception of the 2012/13 season, Inter Milan’s new manager Andrea Stramaccioni hailed the arrival of 3 new defenders: Matias Silvestre, Jonathan Moreira(Loan returnee from Parma) and Alvaro Peireira in a bid to fill in the gap created by Lucio whom was acquired by Juventus, Ivan Cordoba who retired … Continue reading →