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Juan Quintero Joins Colombian National Team Training in Korea alongside Nestor Lawrence and Junior from Barranquilla, in partnership with FIFA, Sports, and Colombia

The Colombian national team for the elderly has traveled to Asia to play against South Korea and Japan in friendly matches. These games are part of the team’s preparation for the South American Qualifiers, with an eye on the 2026 World Cup to be hosted in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. The team included talented midfielder Juan Fernando Quintero, who was in doubt after suffering an ankle injury during a recent game. However, he seemed to be in good spirits and motivated to play. Defender John Janer Lucumí also joined the team after performing well for Bologna in Italy’s Serie A.

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After Barranquilla’s tie with Unión Magdalena, some fans criticized Juan Fernando Quintero for the team’s poor performance, but others have defended him on social media, arguing that the team as a whole has not lived up to expectations. The media has also reported on Quintero’s impressive salary of between 500 to 600 million pesos per month, setting records in Colombian professional soccer.

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