Clubs: Real Madrid CF, RCD Mallorca, West Bromwich Albion FC, RCD Mallorca (loan), Villarreal CF
UEFA European Under-19 Championship: winner 2004
• A native of the Spanish capital, Borja Valero joined Madrid as a schoolboy and worked his way through the ranks, gaining recognition at youth level for Spain before performing regularly for the club's B team in 2005/06 and 2006/07.
• Scored the winner in the 2004 U19 Championship final as Spain defeated Turkey 1-0 in Nyon, Switzerland.
• Played one Copa del Rey match and one UEFA Champions League game − against FC Dynamo Kyiv (2-2) − for the first team but none in the Liga before signing a five-year contract with Mallorca in August 2007.
• Scored four goals in 34 Liga appearances for the islanders but left after just one season for England, joining newly-promoted West Brom
• Unable to prevent the Baggies from suffering an immediate relegation and was returned to Mallorca on a year-long loan in 2009/10, during which he was an outstanding figure in helping the team to fifth place and within a whisker of UEFA Champions League qualification.
• Signed a permanent deal with Villarreal in August 2010 and scored on his home debuts in European and domestic competition, against FC Dnepr Mogliev and RCD Espanyol respectively; called up by Spain for the first time in October 2010.
©UEFA.com 1998-2015. All rights reserved.
|The home team is listed first.||Last updated: 05/10/2015 12:59 CET|
|23.08.2015||Italian Serie A||Fiorentina||2-0||Milan||90||0||0|
|30.08.2015||Italian Serie A||Torino||3-1||Fiorentina||90||0||0|
|12.09.2015||Italian Serie A||Fiorentina||1-0||Genoa||80||0||1|
|17.09.2015||UEFA Europa League||Group stage||Fiorentina||1-2||Basel||90||0||0|
|20.09.2015||Italian Serie A||Carpi||0-1||Fiorentina||90||0||0|
|23.09.2015||Italian Serie A||Fiorentina||2-0||Bologna||85||0||0|
|27.09.2015||Italian Serie A||Internazionale||1-4||Fiorentina||90||0||0|
|04.10.2015||Italian Serie A||Fiorentina||3-0||Atalanta||82||1||0|
|UEFA Champions League|
|UEFA Europa League|