Yordy Reyna is an international Peruvian team player. He was born on 17 September 1993 and his birthplace is Chiclayo, Peru. Reyna has played in the Alianza Lima, Red Bull Salzburg, Vancouver Whitecaps FC club, and Peru football team.
Generally, his playing position is forward. In fact, Reyna is the Vancouver Whitecaps FC Club footballer and National team of Peru player. His height is 5 feet 7 inches or 5’7”.
Yordy Reyna club and international career
Reyna has played in the Alianza Lima club. On 27 August 2011, he made his league debut in the Peruvian First Division in round 20 against Inti Gas Deportes.
Footballer Reyna scored six goals, including the match-winning goal VS Universitario de Deportes on 15 March 2013.
Reyna signed with the Red Bull Salzburg of Australian club for a rumored transfer fee of 2 million EUR in the year of 2013. Also, he joined the German RB Leipzig club on loan for the rest of in January 2015.
After, he joined the Canadian football club Vancouver Whitecaps FC in January 2017. He scored his first goal in this club and win against New York City FC on 1 July 2017.
International Career and news
Footballer Reyna has played in the Peru under-20 football team which attended the South American Youth Championship 2013 in Argentina. And he scored twice against Ecuador under-20 football team in a 3-2 win.
After, he earned third place in the goalscorer standings with five goals behind Nicolas Castillo and Nicolas Lopez of Uruguay and Chile.
Reyna was selected for his first senior international match and he played in a 1-0 WCQ win against Chile in the Clasico del Pacifico on 22 March 2013. He started in the friendly match against Trinidad and Tobago on 26 March 2013.
And he scored his first international goal in the 41st minute after finishing a well-played cross from Irven Avila. Afterward, he scored his second international goal in a 2-1 friendly win against Panama on 1 June 2013.
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In February 2020, all football sports were off for Covid-19 but, but from July 2020 started club and national sports successfully.