“Carlos Bianchi told me: Peruvian, come here”: Jean Deza recalled his short time at Boca Juniors

“Carlos Bianchi told me: Peruvian, come here”: Jean Deza recalled his short time at Boca Juniors

The soccer player also told how he met Argentinean Leandro Paredes and Swiss Xherdan Shaqiri.

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“Carlos Bianchi told me: Peruvian, come here”: Jean Deza remembered his short time at Boca Juniors

“Carlos Bianchi told me: Peruvian, come here ”: Jean Deza recalled his short time at Boca Juniors.

Jean Dezadid not debut in the first division in Peruvian football. Due to his talent, he went through several teams when he was not yet of age. His first match was at Zilina in Slovakia, but before that he was in Argentina, Germany and Switzerland.

In an interview on the program 'Charla Franca', the striker told little-known details of his brief stint with the xeneize team: “They took me to try Boca Juniors. There were more than 500 children and the truth is that I broke it. They were 15-minute games, I scored 4 goals. Carlos Bianchi crossed the court and told me: Peruvian, come here. The match ended and they took me to the office”.

“I knew who Carlos Bianchi was. When you grow up you realize things, Boca wanted to pay a percentage because they wanted to stay with me, there were problems in the negotiation. I lived in the Yellow House. The businessman told me that Boca did not want to pay, but they did not tell me the figure, because if I did not stay, I felt comfortable. Leandro Paredes was in my category”.

“The businessman, a Swiss, told me that my future was not in Boca Juniors, but in Germany. In those years there were several Peruvians there. They took me to Freiburg, only 13 years old. I went with a Brazilian. He broke it but they told me that the club didn't want me. They didn't tell me the truth, they took me to Basel in Switzerland where the figure was Shaquiri”, added the Peruvian.

Despite Not having made his debut, Jean Deza said that he was already earning money as a soccer player: “I was going to be 17 years old and I earned 5 thousand dollars. He still lived in Callao. I felt like I was on my way. In a meeting with Swiss businessmen they told me that they had everything ready for me to play in Slovakia. I liked it because they told me that they would give me a contract as a professional player there”.