Don't miss the chance to take home this light blue and white Argentina national football team home shirt, version from a friendly match in the 2003 season, for Argentine former striker Claudio López.
Claudio Javier López is an Argentine sports manager and former footballer, who played as a striker, sporting director of the Colorado Rapids. He began his professional career in Estudiantes, making his debut in professional football in 1992 with Racing Club. In 1996 he was purchased by Valencia, where he won a Copa del Rey and a Spanish Super Cup. From 2000 to 2004 he played for Lazio, winning an Italian Super Cup and an Italian Cup. He subsequently moved to Mexico to Club América, before returning to Racing Club in 2007. He spent the last years of his career in MLS with K.C. Wizards and Colorado Rapids. He made 54 appearances for the national team and scored 10 goals from 1995 to 2003, competing in the 1998 and 2002 World Cups.
The shirt was donated by the footballer to the then sporting director of Inter FC, who subsequently donated it to the San Siro Museum.
The auction winner will receive a digital Certificate of Authenticity via email following purchase.
- Blue and white long-sleeved home shirt
- Argentina emblem on the chest
- Sponsor Adidas
- Name and number in smooth plastic
- #7, Size L
Please note: This item was part of the match supply for the squad, was made available to the players on matchday and has particular characteristics that make it different from products found on general sale. No guarantee can be given that this item was worn by a player for the match, although there is a possibility that it was used and then washed after the game.
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