(This name uses Spanish naming customs: the first or paternal family name is Negredo and the second or maternal family name is Sánchez.) Álvaro Negredo Sánchez (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈalβaɾo neˈɣɾeðo ˈsantʃeθ]; born 20 August 1985) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for English club Middlesbrough on loan from Valencia CF as a striker. Nicknamed La fiera de Vallecas (The beast of Vallecas), his early career was associated with Real Madrid, although he could never become a part of its first-team setup, going on to represent other clubs in his country, with his longest spell being at Sevilla. Over the course of eight seasons, he amassed La Liga totals of 264 games and 112 goals. A Spanish international since 2009, Negredo was part of the team that won Euro 2012.
How would Álvaro Negredo be described?
Álvaro Negredo would be described as Spanish footballer.
How tall is Álvaro Negredo?
Álvaro Negredo is 186 cm tall.
What is Álvaro Negredo subject of?
Álvaro Negredo is subject of 1985 births, Expatriate footballers in England, Manchester City F.C. players, Middlesbrough F.C. players, Spanish footballers, UD Almería players, Spanish expatriates in England, Association football forwards, La Liga players, Living people, Premier League players, Real Madrid C.F. players, Sevilla FC players, UEFA European Championship-winning players, Madrilenian footballers, Rayo Vallecano footballers, Real Madrid Castilla footballers, Segunda División players, Spain international footballers, Spain under-21 international footballers, Spanish expatriate footballers, Sportspeople from Madrid, Tercera División players, Segunda División B players, UEFA Euro 2012 players and Valencia CF players.
Where was Álvaro Negredo born?
Álvaro Negredo was born in Madrid.
What is the gender of Álvaro Negredo?
Álvaro Negredo is male.
What was or is the position of Álvaro Negredo?
The position of Álvaro Negredo is or was Forward (association football).
In which teams was Álvaro Negredo active?
Álvaro Negredo was active in Valencia, Rayo Vallecano B, Real Madrid Club de Fútbol, Manchester City, Middlesbrough F.C., Sevilla, Spain, Rayo Vallecano, Almería, Real Madrid Castilla and Spain Under-21.