Martin Caceres

      Martin Caceres
      • 1987
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      Minutes played
      Left foot
      Right foot
      Shots on Target
      Chances created
      Tackles won
      Goals conceded
      Serie A
      Season Team Category Apps/Goals
      2018/2019 Lazio A 4/-
      2017/2018 Lazio A 6/1
      2017/2018 Hellas Verona A 14/3
      2016/2017 Southampton A 1/-
      2015/2016 Juventus A 6/-
      2014/2015 Juventus A 10/1
      2013/2014 Juventus A 17/-
      2012/2013 Juventus A 18/1
      2011/2012 Juventus A 11/1
      2011/2012 Sevilla A 14/1
      2010/2011 Sevilla A 25/1
      2009/2010 Juventus A 15/1
      2008/2009 Barcelona A 13/-
      2007/2008 Recreativo Huelva A 34/2
      2006/2007 Defensor Sporting A 24/4
      2005/2006 Defensor Sporting A 2/-
      Season Team National European
      2018/2019 Lazio -/- 4/-
      2017/2018 Lazio 2/- 2/-
      2017/2018 Hellas Verona 1/- -/-
      2016/2017 Southampton -/- -/-
      2015/2016 Juventus 3/- -/-
      2014/2015 Juventus 2/- 2/-
      2013/2014 Juventus 2/1 11/-
      2012/2013 Juventus 2/- 2/-
      2011/2012 Juventus 3/2 -/-
      2011/2012 Sevilla 4/- -/-
      2010/2011 Sevilla 5/- 7/-
      2009/2010 Juventus 1/- 5/-
      2008/2009 Barcelona 7/- 3/-
      2007/2008 Recreativo Huelva 2/1 -/-
      Competition Team Season
      Serie A Juventus 2018/2019
      Coppa Italia Juventus 2015/2016
      Serie A Juventus 2015/2016
      Super Cup Juventus 2015/2016
      Coppa Italia Juventus 2014/2015
      Serie A Juventus 2014/2015
      Serie A Juventus 2013/2014
      Super Cup Juventus 2013/2014
      Serie A Juventus 2012/2013
      Super Cup Juventus 2012/2013
      Serie A Juventus 2011/2012
      Copa America Uruguay 2010/2011
      Champions League Barcelona 2008/2009
      Copa del Rey Barcelona 2008/2009
      La Liga Barcelona 2008/2009


      Martin Caceres re-joined the Bianconeri for his third spell in Turin in the January 2019 transfer window on-loan from Lazio, the side in which he made his first Juventus debut against in 2009, marking the occasion with a goal in the process.

      Known for his passionate displays, Caceres soon became a fans’ favourite during his time at the club, and fans were overjoyed when the defender returned for a second time in January 2012, initially on-loan from Sevilla, before the move became permanent at the end of the season.

      After departing at the end of 2015/16, Caceres eventually moved on to Southampton, prior to returning to Italy in 2017 to turn out for Hellas Verona, and then Lazio.

      The versatile Uruguayan, who can operate anywhere across defence, began his career in his homeland with Defensor Sporting. Following a move to Villarreal, his performances on-loan at Recreativo attracted the attentions of European giants Barcelona, who swooped to bring the talented youngster to the Nou Camp, before he then wound up at Sevilla.

      Caceres has made over 100 appearances across three spells with Juventus and continues to be an important part of the Bianconeri defence.

      On the international scene, Caceres was part of the Uruguay squad that reached the World Cup semi-finals in 2010, while also featuring in La Celeste’s victorious Copa America run a year later. He was a prominent fixture too in his side’s run at the FIFA World Cup in Brazil, and was part of the squad in the 2018 World Cup in Russia.

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