Marcos Alonso Mendoza. He started his career with Real Madrid, but went on to make his name with Bolton Wanderers in England and later with Fiorentina in Italy. His success at the latter club led Chelsea to sign him for an estimated £24 million in 2016. Alonso made his full debut for Spain in March 2018.
SUNDERLAND, UNITED KINGDOM – APRIL 12: Marcos Alonso of Sunderland during the Barclays Premier League match between Sunderland and Everton at The Stadium of Light April 12, 2014 in Sunderland, England.
FORZA VIOLA. After playing in all of Fiorentina’s Europa League group games, Marcos signed on loan for Sunderland in the Premier League. Alonso enjoyed a successful spell on Wearside and returned to the Viola as a main fixture in the starting eleven.
Marcos Alonso endears himself to Sunderland fans with popular Instagram post. Fabio Borini, Adam Johnson and Jack Colback scored the goals as Sunderland picked up another big win on the arch-rivals’ own turf. Alonso was in the thick of the celebrations in front of the Leazes End at St James’ as the Black Cats players celebrated Borini’s opening goal from the penalty spot.
“Marcos Alonso’s return to England was no surprise to Sunderland fans, but to see him join Chelsea – and for a fee of £23m – certainly raised eyebrows,” Hunter said in a chat with Goal.
Marcos Alonso Mendoza is a Spanish professional football player who plays as a left-back for Chelsea and the Spain national football team. Alonso began his career with Real Madrid as a youth prospect in 1999, and played for both the youth and senior sides until 2010 when he signed for English
Marcos Alonso is a Spanish footballer who is currently at Premier League club Chelsea FC. After three seasons at Fiorentina, Chelsea FC signed Alonso in a £17m deal in the 2016 summer transfer window. Marcos won the Premier League title in his first season at Stamford Bridge under Antonio Conte.