Jersey number: 3
Team: FC Nantes
Height: 1.86 m
Market value: 10 Million €
Preferred foot: right
Preferred position: Centre Back
Place of birth: Barra Bonita (SP), Brazil
Diego Carlos is a FC Nantes player, he plays as a defender.
He likes to play as centre back. His stronger foot is the right.
He is older than the average in his team.
Diego Carlos has the highest market value in his team, FC Nantes, his market value is higher than the team average.
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