[People Profile] All We Know About Hugo Duro, Career, Family, Networth

[People Profile] All We Know About Hugo Duro, Career, Family, Networth

Hugo Duro Perales born 10 November 1999 is a Spanish professional footballer who is a striker at La Liga club Valencia.

Hugo Duro

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Profiling Hugo Duro Perales

A Quick Glance At Hugo Duro Perales
Full NamesHugo Duro Perales
Place of birthGetafe, Spain
Date Of Birth10 November 1999
State of OriginGetafe, Spain
position Striker
Current teamValencia
careerNumber 19
Youth career
2004–2017 Getafe
Senior career*
Years Team
2017–2019 Getafe B
2017–2022 Getafe
2020–2021 → Real Madrid B (loan)
2021 → Real Madrid (loan)
2021–2022 → Valencia (loan)
2022– Valencia
National team‡
2020– Spain U21
Salary £7,200 per week
Net Worth$1.5 Million

In Getafe, Madrid, Duro began his journey with Getafe CF’s youth squad at the age of five. On October 24, 2017, just before he even played in the reserve squad the player made his debut for the professional team by making an appearance as an in-game substitute for Chuli in the 1-0 loss at home against Deportivo Alaves, for the season’s Copa del Rey.

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Duro first played for the B-side on October 29th 2017, taking over Carlos Calderon in a 2-1 Tercera Division away victory against CD El Alamo. Duro scored his first goal for the club on the 19th of November, scoring two goals in a 3-0 victory at home in a 3-0 home win against DAV Santa Ana.

On the 17th of March, 2018 Duro took part in his La Liga debut in a victory of 2-1 against Real Sociedad, as a late replacement to Jorge Molina. The next day, on the 29th of January in the quarter-finals of the cup against Valencia CF, he accidentally blocked a goal-bound strike by Molina in the midst of Getafe scored away goals during the extra time. Twelve seconds after the ball hit his back, his opponent Rodrigo scored the winner. Valencia’s players and fans then changed the commentary on television to “Toco en Hugo Duro” It smashed Hugo Duro into a motto and they went on to take the trophy home, despite receiving complaints from the agent of the player.

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Duro was the first player to score a goal for his team on July 2020, when he came from the bench and scoring in a 3-1 loss at home against Villarreal CF. In the following month, he was signed with Real Madrid on a season-long loan contract with the possibility to purchase, but was first assigned to reserve team within Segunda Division B. The first time he made his debut with Los Blancos on 20 February with an away victory of 1-0 against Real Valladolid, and he first played during the UEFA Champions League four days following, replacing Marco Asensio in a 1-0 victory against Atalanta B.C. in the Stadio Atleti Azzurri D’Italia. Real did not have the an opportunity to borrow him out for an additional season, and were unable to not make the EUR4 million fee for a permanent deal.

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At the end of August 2021, Duro was transferred to the first division team Valencia CF on a one-year loan, and reunited with the former Getafe director Jose Bordalas. Duro made debut on the 12th of September during a 4-1 win over CA Osasuna, as a substitute for half-time the defender Jose Gaya. One week later the striker scored his first goal in the game with a 2-1 defeat to Real Madrid at the Mestalla Stadium. He scored seven goals in his debut league season and scored two goals in added time to earn a 3-3 draw at home against Atletico Madrid on 7 November. On December 31, he was dismissed in an 1-0 loss against visitors RCD Espanyol.

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Hugo Duro

The 2021-22 Copa del Rey, Duro scored the winning goal in a quarter-final victory of 2-1 over Cadiz CF on 2 February 2022. He then scored an equaliser in the opening part of the semi-final in the semi-final against Athletic Bilbao eight days later. In the final, on 23 April2022, he scored his goal for Valencia in the draw that ended in a 1-1 draw and was substituted with Bryan Gil with five minutes of regulation time left in a final penalty shootout loss by Real Betis.

In May 2022 Duro’s loan became permanent with a contract for four years with a cost of EUR4 million.

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