Jean Deza: what was the value of the Peruvian footballer prior to his retirement from the fields?

The retirement of Jean Deza was news that surprised many Peruvian football fans and characters. After his famous signing for Alianza Lima in 2020, the player left the club through the ‘false door’ due to several acts of indiscipline. Then, this year, he had an irregular passage through teams of the second division. This sum of events and its poor performance affected its market value.

The last shirt that the 28-year-old striker wore was that of Carlos Stein, an institution that achieved its promotion to League 1 in 2022. Its price already showed a great decrease compared to last year. As mentioned by the Transfermarkt web portal, the footballer had a cost of 350,000 euros prior to his retirement.

At his best, the attacker was worth around 800,000 euros. This occurred during his time between 2014 and 2016 at Montpellier in Ligue 1, a team he arrived at from the San Martín University.

The skilled footballer shared a dressing room with Edison Flores, Ángelo Campos, Wilder Cartagena, Raziel García and Renato Tapia in the Peruvian U-20 team and was considered one of the promises of the Blanquirroja.

The athlete began his career in Slovakia’s MSK Zilina, was called up by Pablo Bengoechea to play against England at Wembley, and at his best he was called up by Ricardo Gareca in 2015.