|Name:||Juan Pablo Sorin|
|Birth Day:||May 5, 1976|
|Birth Place:||Buenos Aires, Argentina|
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He began his youth career as a member of the Argentine Juniors club in 1992. He served as a captain for the 1995 FIFA World Youth Championship-winning Argentina U-20 squad.
Nicknamed Juampi, as he is often known in Argentina, Sorín began his career playing in the lower-reaches of the Argentine league for Argentinos Juniors, a Buenos Aires football club. He broke into the first team in 1994 and during the 1995–96 season, after he captained the Argentina Under-20 side who won the 1995 FIFA World Youth Championship played in Qatar, his contract was bought by Italian club Juventus. However, he struggled to find space in an already established first team under manager Marcello Lippi, totalling only four appearances for the club; as such, he soon returned to Argentina.
Sorín played for River Plate in the second half of 1996, and revived his career, winning three Apertura championships (1996, 1997 and 1999), one Clausura championship (1997), one Copa Libertadores de América in 1996 and a Supercopa Sudamericana in 1997.
He was transferred to Cruzeiro of Brazil in 2000. He played for two and a half seasons, winning the 2000 Copa do Brasil and becoming one of the most cherished players by the fans up to this day.
After the 2002 Copa do Brasil, in July 2002 he signed for S.S. Lazio.
Sorín was part of the Argentine squad in the 2002 FIFA World Cup in Japan and South Korea. The team played three matches against Nigeria, England and Sweden. However the team failed badly, failing to reach the second round of the tournament.
After an injury-filled a half season at Lazio in Italy, Sorin was acquired by FC Barcelona, occupied the non-EU quota along with Juan Román Riquelme and Roberto Bonano. He made his Spanish League debut on 9 February 2003. The match was between Barcelona and Athletic de Bilbao and ended 2–2. After a successful half a season he left the Nou Camp in the summer of 2003 and moved to France to play for Paris Saint-Germain, where he won the Coupe de France. Sorín returned to Cruzeiro in 2004, played at 2004 Campeonato Brasileiro Série A.
In November 2004, Sorin transferred to Villarreal of Spain on free transfer. Sorín enjoyed a good deal of success with Villarreal, helping them reach the semi-finals of the Champions League where they were beaten by Arsenal of England.
Sorín was reportedly the subject of interest from English Premiership sides Portsmouth, Bolton Wanderers and Newcastle United during the summer of 2006, but ended up signing for Hamburger SV. After two years with the German club and only 24 appearances because of injury, Sorín left when his contract expired on 15 July 2008.
Sorín returned again to Cruzeiro on 29 August 2008. He signed a contract until the end of season, with the option to renew for two more years. He played his only match since his return in a Série A game on 14 June 2009, and after another injury-riddled year with Cruzeiro, he announced his retirement on 28 July 2009.
Juan was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Brazil. Juan is ethnically Jewish.
Currently, Juan Pablo Sorin is 45 years, 0 months and 6 days old. Juan Pablo Sorin will celebrate 46th birthday on a Thursday 5th of May 2022. Below we countdown to Juan Pablo Sorin upcoming birthday.