This Thursday, the player who was born 23 years ago in Santander de Quilichao, Cauca, landed on English soil in a private plane, where he had a great reception by his managers and new teammates, which he arrived for a price of 23 million euros. “This is a dream come true,” said Sinisterra after closing his pass in the British box.
Coming from Feyenoord, from the Netherlands, where he had been since 2018, the attacker who made his debut in Colombian football at Once Caldas (2016-2018), signed for five seasons with the squad from the city of Leeds, in West Yorkshire .
At Feyenoord he played 78 matches. This season he scored 11 goals in the Europa League, in which he was considered the revelation player.
On July 22, the Colombian’s debut with his new cast is expected, which will face Crystal Palace in a friendly match.
Sinisterra joins the following compatriots who have been or are active in English football: Faustino Asprilla (Newcastle), Víctor Ibarbo (Watford), Bernardo Espinosa (Middlesbrough), Dávinson Sánchez (Tottenham), James Rodríguez (Everton), Pablo Armero (West Ham United) and Yerry Mina (Everton).
Also appearing on the list are Carlos Sánchez (West Ham United), José Izquierdo (Brighton & Hove Albion), Jéfferson Lerma (Bournemouth), Camilo Zúñiga (Watford), (Radamel Falcao – Manchester United and Chelsea) and Hugo Rodallega (Wigan).
Likewise, Juan Pablo Ángel (Aston Villa), Hamilton Ricard (Middlesbrough), David Ospina (Arsenal), Juan Guillermo Cuadrado (Chelsea), John Viáfara (Portsmouth), Steven Alzate (Brighton & Hove Albion) and Juan Camilo Hernández (Watford F.C.).