Angelo Henriquez Profile

Angelo Henriquez

An­gelo Jose Hen­riquez It­urra, San­ti­ago, Chile, April 13, 1994. An­gelo Hen­riquez ini­ti­ated his soc­cer ca­reer at his loc­al si­de Uni­ver­sid­ad de Chile where he amassed sev­en­teen ap­pear­ances in the Primera Di­vi­sion del Fut­bol Pro­fe­sion­al Chileno. Af­ter sign­ing up wi­th Man­chester Uni­ted at the front end of the 2012-13 sea­son, he was then shipped out on loan to fel­low Pre­mier Lea­gue club Wi­gan Ath­let­ic for whom he made four Pre­miership outings.

An­gelo Hen­riquez pro­ceeded to score his fir­st seni­or goal for Man­chester Uni­ted in a 1-1 de­but draw ag­ainst Swedish Pre­mier Lea­gue te­am AIK Stock­holm at the Friends Arena Sta­dium in Stock­holm on the 6th of Au­gust 2013. The Gnaw took the lead just four min­utes in­to the sec­ond ha­lf thanks to a long dis­tance rock­et from the boot of Swe­den in­ter­na­tion­al wing­er Robin Quais­on, on­ly for Hen­riquez to equal­ise for the vis­it­ors in the 68th min­ute of the tie when he con­ver­ted a cross from Wil­fried Za­ha. And whi­le re­cently ap­poin­ted man­ager Da­vid Moyes was frus­trated by the draw ag­ainst the Swedes, the Scot was pleased wi­th the ef­fort from the So­uth Amer­ic­an. In or­der to ac­quire some valu­able fir­st te­am foot­ball ex­pos­ure, how­ever, the stri­ker was loaned out to Wi­gan Ath­let­ic, Re­al Za­r­agoza, and Di­n­amo Zagreb re­spect­ively. Then, at the be­gin­ning of the 2015-16 sea­son, he sig­ned a per­man­ent deal wi­th Di­n­amo Zagreb where he notched up 65 Croa­tian Fir­st Foot­ball Lea­gue ap­pear­ances for The Blues be­fore he joi­ned Mex­ic­an out­fit Club At­las for an es­tim­ated trans­fer fee of €1.5 mil­lion in Dec­ember 2017. In­ter­na­tion­ally, Hen­riquez was giv­en his seni­or de­but for Chile when he entered the field as a sec­ond ha­lf re­place­ment for Bar­celona front­man Alex­is San­chez in a 3-1 friendly fix­ture de­feat ag­ainst Ser­bia at AFG Arena Sta­dium in the small city of St. Gal­len in Switzer­land on the 14th of  Nov­ember 2012. An­gelo Hen­riquez Play­ing Ca­reer: Uni­ver­sid­ad de Chile, Man­chester Uni­ted, Wi­gan Ath­let­ic, Re­al Za­r­agoza, Di­n­amo Zagreb, Di­n­amo Zagreb, At­las, Uni­ver­sid­ad de Chile. Man­aging Ca­reer: None.


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