RODOLFO PIZARRO \\ Midfielder
Rodolfo Gilbert Pizarro Thomas was born on February 15, 1994, in Tampico (Tamaulipas), Mexico. He took his first football steps at Ciudad Madero Academy, a team from his region. At the age of 17, he was transferred to Pachuca, signing a professional contract, and made 155 appearances with their shirt (10 goals, 13 assists) until December 2016, winning the 2016 Clausura championship.
After that, he made his first major transfer, with Deportivo Guadalajara paying 15 million euros for his move. There he teamed up with Matias Almeida for the first time and together they won the Clausura and the Mexican Cup in 2017, as well as the CONCACAF Champions League the following season (2018). With the Guadalajara team he made a total of 55 appearances in all competitions (15 goals, 10 assists).
In July 2018, he made a second expensive transfer, with Monterrey spending almost €15 million to sign him and Pizarro won with the Mexican team the 2019 CONCACAF Champions League and the 2020 Apertura Championship.
In February of the same year, he decided to compete for the first time abroad, with the newly founded Inter Miami paying more than 10 million euros for this transfer. Pizarro was the player who scored the first goal in the history of the Florida team, with whom he played a total of 62 games (7 goals, 10 assists), with a bracket of one year (2022) during which he returned on loan to Monterrey.
At national team level, Pizarro played for Mexico's U23 team, was part of the Olympic team at the Rio Games and made his Men’s National team debut in January 2014 in a friendly game against South Korea. He then went on to make another 38 appearances (5 goals) for his country, being part of the team that won the Gold Cup in 2019.