Martin Caceres is an Uruguay international professional football player who currently features for Italian champions Juventus. He is a versatile player who can play anywhere in defence.
Caceres commenced his professional club football career at Defensor in 2006 and joined Villarreal a year later. However, he played on loan for Recreativo de Huelva for the 2007-08 season and moved to Barcelona in 2008.
He was on the books of the Catalan giants for the following three years but played first for Juventus and then for Sevilla in the final two years. However, Caceres was part of Barcelona’s treble-winning side in 2008-09, claiming La Liga, Copa del Rey and Champions League that season.
Caceres joined Sevilla in 2011 on a permanent contract, but moved to Juventus on loan in 2012. His impressive performances on loan for the Bianconeri saw him earn a permanent move to the Italian champions with whom he won the Serie A title in 2011-12.
Caceres made his international debut for Uruguay in September 2007 against South Africa in Johannesburg and played for his country at the 2012 World Cup finals. He was also part of his nation’s Copa America-winning team in 2011.
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