|Birth Name||Jesús Eduardo Zavala Castañeda|
|Birth Place||Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico|
|Famous Name||Jesús Eduardo Zavala|
|Father||Santos Jesús Chapa Vargas|
|Mother||Sandra Elizabeth Cantú|
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
Jesús Eduardo Zavala Castañeda a.k.a. Jesús Eduardo Zavala is a Mexican professional footballer who is signed to the Liga Mx side Puebla as a midfielder. A professional since 2006, he previously played for the Monterrey (2006-2018) and on loan to Mineros de Zacatecas.
Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico native, Zavala was born on 21st July 1987, under the star sign Cancer. The Mexican man stands 1.90 m (6 ft 3 in) tall and weighs 85 kg.
As of 2020, Zavala has an estimated net worth of $1 million. Currently playing for the Puebla, his base salary is reported €3000 weekly which is €156,000 ($170864.46) annually. Further, he also earns much from the national team.
Besides, the footballers are into various endorsement deals so do Zavala. He has signed a multi-year contract with CONCORD.
As of 2020, his market value is recorded at £900,000 while back in 2013, his market value was recorded at £2.07m which is highest to date.
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Puebla's No.17 midfielder is a married man. He exchanged the vows with his long-time girlfriend, Nazareth Chapa Cantú on 28th December 2011, in an intimate wedding ceremony.
On 25th December 2017, the couple announced they are expecting their first children. In January 2018, they welcomed their first child, a daughter. Further, they had their second child, a son in January 2020.
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Jesús Eduardo Zavala was the only child born to Sandra Elizabeth Cantú and Santos Jesús Chapa Vargas. He grew up playing football. Besides, there is no information regarding his childhood and academic background.
In 2006, Zavala made his debut with Monterrey in the Clausura against Toluca. He began playing as a forward, subsequently being moved to the midfield by Víctor Manuel Vucetich. At the beginning of January 2019, Club Puebla announced that they had signed Zavala.
At the international level, he has played for both junior and senior levels. In 2011, he represented Mexico U-23 national team. That same year, he was called up by the senior national team after having an exceptional tournament with Monterrey where he helped the team win the Apertura 2010.
Eventually, he played in the 2011 Gold Cup, including the final against the United States where Mexico won 4–2. On June 12, 2012, he scored his first goal, against El Salvador.
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