Luis Sinisterra, one of the players who arrived from amorío with the goal for the Colombian national team, continues to receive good news. At 22 years of age, the one born in Santander de Quilichao (Cauca), entered the top 10 of the best-rated coffee footballers.
The left winger has 18 scores this season for Feyenoord, 10 of them for the Eredivisie and 8 for the Europa Conference League (5 in the group stage), and, in addition, he has accumulated 11 goal passes. Hence the increase in the value of his record and in the interest of clubs such as Atlético de Madrid and FC Barcelona, which recently sent scouts to appreciate it.
For his good game, which is not only represented in goals or assists, but in his ability to unbalance on the left wing and overcome his rivals with his waist break, in the list of the most valuable Colombians in the world, he ranks above renowned strikers, such as Rafael Santos Borré, of whom they have the best memories in River Plate.
The transfer portal Transfermarkt places it in seventh position, with a price of 18 million euros. The joy, however, is not only for him, but for the group where he plays: if he sells it in the summer market, once the campaign ends, he will obtain perhaps unexpected returns until some time ago.
Feyenoord acquired the sports rights of Sinisterra in July 2018, almost five years ago, for 2 million euros, and today could receive up to nine times more for it, a good deal. Of course, he will be left without what is today considered the best footballer in the Eredivisie, the Netherlands league.
The 10 most valuable Colombian footballers:
1. Luis Diaz - 40 million
2. Davinson Sanchez - 30 million
3. Duvan Zapata - 30 million
4. Luis Fernando Muriel - 22 million
5. Yerry Mina - 20 million
6. Wilmar Barrios - 20 million
7. Luis Sinisterra - 18 million
8. Jhon Cordoba - 17 million
9. Rafael Santos Borre - 17 million
10. Matheus Uribe - 16 million.
One of the virtues of Sinisterra is the security it demonstrates both on and off the courts. Evidence of this are some statements in conversation with Marca after its call for the tricolor combination:
For some, one of the difficulties for Sinisterra to consolidate himself in the national team is that the position where he plays, far left, seems to have an owner: Lucho Díaz, the target of praise since he arrived in Liverpool from Porto, a month and a half ago. Sinisterra, however, does not care about that; the important thing is that both the guajiro and he contribute what he has when the coach requires it.
“Lucho is an excellent player and person, it is a pride for everyone in Colombia to see what he is achieving. The Colombian country is happy to see what it is doing. Being in the national team, everyone has to worry about contributing the best. It is a privilege to be with Luis Díaz in the Colombia national team,” he added.