Carlos Soler

Soccer Player

Carlos Soler was born in Valencia, Valencian Community, Spain on January 2nd, 1997 and is the Soccer Player. At the age of 26, Carlos Soler biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

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Date of Birth
January 2, 1997
Nationality
Spain
Place of Birth
Valencia, Valencian Community, Spain
Age
26 years old
Zodiac Sign
Capricorn
Profession
Association Football Player
Carlos Soler Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

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Carlos Soler Life

Carlos Soler Barragán (born 2 January 1997) is a Spanish professional footballer who plays as a central or right midfielder for Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain and the Spain national team.

Soler began his professional career at Valencia, making 226 appearances, scoring 36 goals and winning the Copa del Rey in 2019. He joined Paris Saint-Germain in 2022 for an initial €18 million fee.

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Carlos Soler Career

Club career

Born in Valencia, Soler was first introduced to football by taking shots at half-time at the age of four during games for Bonrepòs, his brother's team. Impressed by his power, the club wanted him; he was initially too shy and only joined when his grandfather gave him a Game Boy for attending. He joined hometown club Valencia's youth setup four years later in 2005, initially as a prolific striker, but later being pushed back to an attacking midfielder and to central midfielder.

Soler made his senior debut with the reserves on 3 May 2015, starting in a 1–0 Segunda División B away loss against Cornellà. He scored his first senior goal on 13 December, netting his team's second in a 2–2 draw at Badalona. The following 12 March he renewed his contract for two more years with the option of as many more, and was an unused substitute in the main squad's 2–1 home win against Athletic Bilbao for the season's UEFA Europa League.

On 10 December 2016 Soler made his first team – and La Liga – debut, replacing Mario Suárez in a 3–2 loss against Real Sociedad at the Anoeta Stadium. He scored his first goal in the category the following 21 January, netting the first in a 2–0 Valencian Community derby win against Villarreal at the Estadio de la Cerámica. He was sent off on 4 February in a 4–0 loss to Eibar at the Mestalla Stadium for a tussle with Gonzalo Escalante during a corner kick routine, conceding a penalty.

In January 2018, Soler signed his third new contract with Valencia in little over a year, tying him to the club until 2021 and increasing his release clause to €80 million. He totalled 51 appearances in 2018–19, including 13 in his debut European season in the UEFA Champions League and Europa League; he scored in group-stage wins over Young Boys and Manchester United in the former. He played seven games in the season's Copa del Rey as Valencia won their first honour for 11 years, and assisted Rodrigo's winner in the 2–1 final victory over Barcelona on 25 May 2019.

On 17 December 2019, Soler signed a four-year contract extension, keeping him at the club until 2023, with his release clause set at €150 million. The following 8 November, he scored the first hat-trick of his career in a 4–1 league win over Real Madrid, with all three goals coming from penalties; only two La Liga players had ever scored such a treble before. He finished 2020–21 as Valencia's top scorer with 12 goals, all bar one in the league season and seven from the spot.

In 2021–22, Soler was again Valencia's league top scorer with 11, joint with Gonçalo Guedes. In the cup, he played six games and scored the opener in a 2–1 win at Cartagena in the last 32 on 5 January; he featured for all 120 minutes of the final against Real Betis and scored the first attempt in a penalty shootout that his team lost.

On 1 September 2022, Soler signed for Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) on a five-year contract. The initial transfer fee was €18 million, potentially rising by €3 million. He made his debut five days later as a late-match substitute in a 2–1 Champions League home win over Juventus, and on 18 September he played his first league game off the bench in a 1–0 win at Lyon.

International career

Soler was part of the Spanish Olympic team that took part in the delayed 2020 tournament in Japan, finishing with a silver medal. Later in August 2021, he was called up to the senior team for matches against Sweden, Georgia and Kosovo. He made his debut on 2 September away to the Swedes, scoring a volley after four minutes in a 2–1 loss, and three days later he netted again in a 4–0 win over Georgia in Badajoz.

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After James Rodriguez has a SECOND contract torn up - a look at the Real Madrid star's rise and fall

www.dailymail.co.uk, April 14, 2023
Another year, another contract terminated 'by mutual consent'. The phrase is one of the most loaded in football's sprawling terminology, hinting at broken promises or dressing room fissures: a point of no return for both club and player. The wording that Olympiacos used in their brief statement that called time on their involvement with James Rodriguez was spare, and for the player, eerily familiar. It has been less than eight months since Rodriguez's previous club, Qatari side Al-Rayyan had mutually agreed the Colombian playmaker's exit ahead of his joining the Super League Greece team, after a torrid year in the Middle East. Before that, a stint at Everton, that ended with disappointment and with a whiff of bad blood.

Brest 1-2 PSG: Kylian Mbappe's last-ditch strike earns Christophe Galtier's side three points

www.dailymail.co.uk, March 11, 2023
Kylian Mbappe struck in the final minute as Ligue 1 leaders Paris St Germain edged a 2-1 victory at Brest. PSG - who were knocked out of the Champions League in midweek - led through Carlos Soler after 37 minutes but Franck Honorat quickly levelled just before the break. The other game was a goalless affair between Auxerre and Rennes, who stay fifth.

With pressure mounting on Christophe Galtier's shoulders, what's going wrong at PSG?

www.dailymail.co.uk, February 26, 2023
For a side often accused of walking their domestic competitions, PSG seem intent on making their pursuit of a staggering ninth Ligue 1 title in 11 years as difficult as possible, judging by their start to 2023.  In the last eight campaigns they have finished the league season with five losses or fewer on seven occasions. Les Parisiens have now lost five games in all competitions in the last two months alone, and the cracks are beginning to show in the relationship between the squad and the hierarchy. PSG are out of the Coupe de France - which they've won a record 14 times - and already have one foot out of the Champions League that they are so desperate to win after a disappointing 1-0 home defeat against Bayern Munich in the last 16. They now face a trip on Sunday to the Marseille team that knocked them out the cup, and can cut their lead at the top to just two points.