Ivan Zamorano Net Worth Income Profile and Salary. Chilean footballer, In its infancy, its little physical strength would never have allowed to augur any sport triumph; But at 17 he started playing in the Chilean First Division with the Cobresal. Later it was part of diverse teams: the Andean Copper, the Bologna of Italy, the Swiss Saint-Gall and the Seville, a team of the First Division of Spain.
In the Sevillian club he confirmed his skills to the point that, in July 1992, he was signed by Real Madrid, who was looking for a striker who could replace the Mexican Hugo Sánchez.
Ivan Zamorano’s performance was excellent in his first year as a Real Madrid player (he played 34 matches and scored 26 goals in the 1992-1993 season, as well as winning the Copa del Rey), and not so good in his second year (36 matches and 11 goals in the season 1993-1994, one of these so many was the 4,000 goal of Real Madrid in the Spanish League). Zamorano was confirmed as a center forward with outstanding goalscoring ability, especially for his header.
Net Worth of Ivan Zamorano
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In the following season, the new coach of Real Madrid, Jorge Alberto Valdano, announced that it did not count on Ivan and that another equipment had to be looked for. Ivan Zamorano responded with an extraordinary pre-season, and ended up being the team’s owner from the first game of the League to the last. The forward managed 28 goals (Pichichi won the top scorer of the tournament) and the Madrid team won the championship after four years of successive triumphs of the eternal rival FC Barcelona.
In Real Madrid, Iván Zamorano showed a great aggressiveness in the area, a great capacity of sacrifice and an excellent resolution facing the goal. In July of 1996 fichó by Inter of Milan (equipment with which gained the Glass of the UEFA in 1998) and in December of 2000 was fichado by the Mexican America.
Zamorano was able to become the great idol of Chile’s footballing fans thanks to his triumphs in the old continent and to his habitual presence in the national team of his country. With the Chilean team, forming a fearsome attacking partner with Marcelo Salas, he participated in the final phase of the 1998 World Cup in France and the 1999 Copa America in Paraguay. Iván Zamorano also was part of the Chilean Olympic selection that obtained the bronze medal in the Olympic Games of Sydney of the year 2000.