Alex Valera was made official by Al Fateh and will leave University of Sports after a year and a half. His annotations with a ‘merengue’ jacket aroused the interest of the Arab club and the striker reached an enviable scoring quota, so much so that he is among the top 5 top scorers of the ‘U’ since 2011.
The ‘nine’ signed for Universitario in 2021, after his great season with Deportivo Llacuabamba, where he scored nine goals. The ‘cream’ squad saw great conditions in him and incorporated him into their squad to compete with the Argentine Enzo Gutiérrez in the attack zone.
Alex finished that year as the team’s top scorer with 13 goals. He beat the ‘gaucho’ and that led Gregorio Pérez not to bring an attacker for the following campaign. The Uruguayan DT was not wrong and the 26-year-old player broke it. He came within a hair’s breadth of equaling his scoring record with the ‘U’ in half games.
In this way, the Peruvian has registered a total of 23 goals in League 1 and is among the top 5 of Universitario’s top scorers in the last eleven years, according to the page They are Data Not Opinions. surpassed Alexander Hohberg (19), who remained in the institution for two years.
Calmly, Alex Valera was able to leave as the second highest scorer at the end of 2022, since the Uruguayan Miguel Ximenez (24) and the Panamanian Alberto Quintero (29) they did not have much advantage in the payroll. The attacker thing is remarkable, considering that ‘Chiquitín’ has been at the club for six seasons.
The one who leads this list is, without a doubt, Raul Ruidíaz. The ‘Flea’, who currently stands out in the Seattle Sounders of Major League Soccer, made his professional debut with a ‘cream’ shirt and had a stay of five years, in which he reached 60 goals.
Al-Fateh He went ahead to Universitario de Deportes and announced the news about the striker’s signing. “Welcome the new Peruvian conquest, Alex Valera”wrote the Saudi Arabian club on their social networks.
Minutes later, the Middle Eastern group uploaded a video of the “Inca’s” presentation. He made an audiovisual piece full of his goals and ended with a message from the player. “Hello! Alex Valera greets you and I hope to be with you soon at Al-Fateh. I send you a hug, take care of yourselves”. The ‘nine’ will share a dressing room with his compatriot Christian Cueva.
“Universitario will receive 1.3 million dollars for the sale of Alex Valera and could receive up to one million more in variables if the player meets certain objectives,” reported Andrea Closa, a journalist for RPP.