Leao Butron Gotuzzo better known as Leao Butron is a retired Peruvian football player who plays as a goalkeeper for his current Peruvian football team, Alianza Lima at the Torneo Descentralizado.
He wears jersey number one while playing for Alianza Lima.
Apart from playing for several Peruvian national teams like FBC Melgar, Sporting Cristal as well as Universidad San Martin, he also represented Peru at Copa America in 1997,1999,2004,2007 and 2011.
Leao Butron was born to mother, Rita Gotuzzo, and father, Ademir Felipe Butron Martínez in Miraflores, Peru on 6th March 1977.
He was fond of playing since he was a child and joined several youth clubs of Peru to pursue his career as a footballer.
His annual salary is estimated to around $ 85,000 which he receives while playing for Alianza Lima and has a market worth in the region of € 100,000 as of 2017, with his highest being € 400,000 in 2005.
Looking at his professional playing career, his net worth could be estimated to be around $ 350,000.
The Peruvian goalkeeper began his senior professional playing career with Peruvian football club, Sporting Cristal in 1995. After making 75 appearances for the club and becoming the first choice goalkeeper, he left Sporting Cristal in 2001.
He was the part of the successful team that went on to win Torneo Descentralizado in 1995 and 1996.
Butron then joined fellow Peruvian club, Alianza Atletico in 2002 and made 77 appearances before leaving in 2003.
He signed with renowned Peruvian football team, Alianza Lima in 2003 and was the part of the successful team that won the Torneo Descentralizado in 2003 and 2004.
The Peruvian goalkeeper then joined Universidad San Martin in 2006 and made over 180 appearances for the team. He was the part of the team that went on to win Torneo Descentralizardo in 2007,2008 and 2010.
After a successful stint with the Universidad, he signed with FBC Melgar in 203.
Following his contract being expired with Melgar, he signed with his former club, Alianza Lima with whom he is currently playing for since 2015.
He made his international debut for Peru in 1997 and went on to represent Peru at several Copa America tournaments.
Making 39 appearances and retiring in 2012, he was the part of the Peruvian squad along with defender, Aldo Corzo, midfielder, Yoshimar Yotun as well as striker Andre Carrillo that won the bronze medal in Copa America 2011 at Argentina.
Currently 41, he stands at height of 6 feet 1 inches tall and weighs around 81 kg. He is married to his wife, Johana Moran Barton.
The couple is blessed with two daughters, Daniela Butron Moran and Antonella Butron Moran.