Celso Ortiz is a Paraguayan football player who is currently playing as a midfielder for Monterrey in the Liga MX. The 28 years old right footed player has played for the clubs like Cerro Porteño and Az. He has the net worth of %500 thousand.
Celso Ortiz was born on 26 January 1989 in Asunción, Paraguay.His full name is Celso Fabián Ortiz Gamarra. He grew up in poverty, used to play football with his bare leg in his childhood.
Celso was linked with Cerro Porteño, a Paraguayan club from 2005 during his youth career and made his professional football debut in 2007 representing the club. He played three successful seasons with the senior team of Cerro Porteno and won 46 caps scoring 6 goals.
The Dutch club AZ Alkmaar signed him from Cerro Porteño on a five-year deal on 26 August 2009. Ortiz joined AZ in January 2010 and stayed at the club till 2016. He played for six years with the club appearing in 100 games and scoring 2 goals. He left the club in 6th of June 2016 and switched to the Mexican club FC Monterrey.
On 6 June 2016, Monterrey coach Antonio Mohamed announced that Ortiz would be their first signing ahead of the Apertura 2016. He was linked with the club a month later in July. Celso has appeared in 32 games and has scored twice for the club and still more to come.
Celso has represented his national side Paraguay in both U-20 and senior team. He made his international football debut in 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup held in Egypt. He has won altogether 24 caps for his national side scoring 3 goals. Also, he is in the Paraguayan national squad alongside Nestor Ortigoza and Roque Santa Cruz.
He has revealed very limited information regarding her personal life. he has not shared if is married or has affair with anyone. He has a perfect persona and a physical appearance to endeavor it. His height is 1.79m and has a weight of 160 pounds.
The 28 years old Paraguayan footballer has an estimated net worth of $0.5 million in 2017. He receives an annual salary of $68,000 from his club. His recent market value price is $2.5 million and his highest ever price was $3 million in 2012.
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