Juan Fernando Quintero Paniagua is a Colombian professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Argentine club River Plate. He has been mentioned among the more coveted young players in European football by The Times of London. At the age of 19, Quintero already started to receive praise for his impressive performances during his time in Italy. During his time of the 2013 South American Youth Championship, he has been recognized as not only one of the most promising youth aspects from only South America, but the world. Quintero has represented Colombia since he was 19, making his official debut in 2012 against Cameroon. At the 2013 South American Youth Championships, he led Colombia to their third title while voted as the tournament's MVP for contributing more than any other player for his respective nation. He also took part in the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup in Turkey where he gained more praise for his talents after creating a huge impact in the tournament.
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About Juan Fernando Quintero
Attacking midfielder who joined Porto in 2013 after spending two years with Atletico Nacional. He became a member of the Colombian national team in 2012.
He debuted professionally in 2008 with Envigado.
He entered his first World Cup competition with Colombia in 2014.
He was born in Medellin, Colombia.
He and Victor Ibarbo became teammates on the Colombian national team.
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- Footballers from Medellín
- Colombia under-20 international footballers
- Independiente Medellín footballers
- FC Porto B players
- Atlético Nacional footballers
- Colombia international footballers
- Delfino Pescara 1936 players
- Stade Rennais F.C. players
- River Plate footballers
- FC Porto players