Víctor Yoshimar Yotun Flores simply known as Yoshimar Yotun is a professional football player who plays as the midfielder but can switch to left back and leftwinger when needed.
He currently plays for American professional soccer club, Orlando City SC. Apart from playing for several football clubs, he has played for Peru since making his debut in 2011.
Yotun has also represented Peru at Copa America 2011 and 2015 as well as 2016 Copa America Centenario.
Yoshimar Yotun is of Peruvian nationality. He was born to Peruvian parents on 7 Aprill1990 in Callo, Peru.
He was interested in playing football since his early childhood days and started his playing career with the youth team of Academia Cantolao in 1997.
His annual salary is around €350,000 with a weekly salary of €7,000 which he receives from playing for Orlando City SC and has a market worth in the region of € 9,00,000 as of 2018.
Looking at his professional playing career, his net worth could be estimated to be above $ 8,00,000.
After playing for several youth ranks of Peruvian football clubs like Circolo Sp. Italiano, Deportivo Real FC and Sporting Cristal, he joined the senior team of Sporting Cristal in 2008.
He was the part of the team that went on win Torneo Descentralizado in 2012 and 2014.
Yotun was transferred to fellow Portuguese club Jose Galvez FBC and Brazilian football club, Vasco da Gama as a part of a loan deal from Sporting Cristal. After an impressive performance at Peruvian football club, he moved to Sweden and signed a three-year contract with Swedish football club, Malmo FF in 2015.
His outstanding performance helped him to win Malmo FF player month in July 2015 and was a part of a successful Malmo FF side that won Allsvenskan in 2016 and 2017.
He is currently signed to American soccer club, Orlando City SC that plays at Major League Soccer in 2017.
After an impressive outing at the Peruvian football club, Sporting Cristal, he was called up by national side in 2011 and made his international debut for Peru against Japan in 2011. He scored his first international goal for Peru against Bolivia during 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers on 15 October 2013.
The defender was also the part of the team that went to claim bronze medal for Peru at 2011 and 2015 Copa America tournament.
Yoshimar Yotun is expected play alongside a player such as a striker, Andre Carrillo, and midfielder, Christian Cueva in the Peruvian squad led by captain Alberto Junior Rodriguez at the 2018 FIFA World Cup at Russia.
Currently 27, he stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs around 66 kg. He is happily married to his wife, Alessandra Cordero.
The couple is blessed with a daughter, Yela Yotun and is expecting a boy due date in 2018.