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Jonathan Moya was born on 6 January, 1992 in San José, Costa Rica, is a Costa Rican footballer. At 28 years old, Jonathan Moya height is 6 ft 1 in (187.0 cm).

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Age 28 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 6 January 1992
Birthday 6 January
Birthplace San José, Costa Rica
Nationality Costa Rica

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2018

As a result of the new players in the team, who have a chance to be part of the official squad at the 2018 World Cup, Moya was relegated to the bench by the coach Vladimir Quesada. Because of that and combined with the fact that his contract with the team was about to expire, there were formal conversations on 5 March with Alajuelense to acquire his services in the next season.

2017

On 24 May 2017, it was officially confirmed his return to Saprissa, to face the upcoming season. He had to wait until 20 August because of the issues with his international pass, to make his first appearance in the Torneo Apertura. Jonathan replaced Juan Bustos Golobio at the 70th minute and gave an assist to David Ramírez, who scored the goal of the 1–0 victory over Universidad de Costa Rica at the "Fello" Meza. Moya hit a net on 17 September, in the dying minutes over Guadalupe, enough for the 1–0 triumph. He finished the championship with nineteen matches played, seven goals and provided three assists. His team ended trophyless.

2016

Jonathan arrived to the Spanish team on loan, until 30 June 2016, with a buyout clause. He made his debut on 5 September 2015 in a match against Tenerife at the El Alcoraz, after substituting Samu Sáiz at the 62nd minute. Moya reached his first goal on 6 December, in a 1–2 home loss against Mirandés. On 27 January 2016, the team announced his departure, because of the lack of opportunities he had to play, and for arriving eleven days late to the trainings after the pause of the half of the season. Then he returned to Saprissa.

Rapidly, he debuted on 30 January 2016 in a 2–0 away loss against Herediano. Moya only scored three goals in the Campeonato de Verano, over Cartaginés, Limón, and Carmelita.

On 28 June 2016, Moya was loaned out for a year to the club Universidad de Costa Rica. He had good appearances as being part of the starting eleven in several matches, in which scored four goals. However, on 30 August, the loan was cancelled by Saprissa and the player was sent to Zirka Kropyvnytsky from Ukraine, in the same condition for a season.

He made his debut for Zirka on 11 September 2016, in a league match against Karpaty Lviv, by replacing Artem Sitalo at the 68th minute. Moya scored for first time in the dying minutes over Dnipro, to give his team the 0–1 victory. On 3 March 2017, the attacker asked for his departure and came to a deal to be a free agent. In the process he was close to sign for a club from Israel, but FIFA rules denied the transfer, because it was going to be a third move in the same season. As a consequence, his international pass stayed blocked, without team and without salary until the end of the season. Once it ended, Moya returned to Saprissa.

2015

Moya finally made his official debut for the first squad on January 19, 2015, in a match against AS Puma at the Ricardo Saprissa, playing 36' minutes in the 3–2 victory. In the following game, he scored with the head his first goal to give his team the triumph 1–0 over Limón. Jonathan would conclude the season league with eighteen goals. On 29 June, it was revealed that the club Empoli from Italy would have been interested on the forward, however there was not a formal deal.

On 14 August 2015, Moya left his country to perform a ten-day trial in Royal Excel Mouscron from Belgium, as a part of an invitation of the team. He was previewed to return on 24 August, but four days before, his team decided to send him to the club Huesca from Spain.

2014

Jonathan debuted for Uruguay on January 11, 2014, reaching the total number of minutes in 1–3 loss against Herediano. His first goal with the aurinegros was on 9 February over Pérez Zeledón. Then, Moya scored six goals in three consecutive matches, by hitting the net two times each game over Limón (2–1), Puntarenas (0–2), and Belén (3–0). He ended the season with a tally of ten goals. As a result of his scoring performance, Jonathan was awarded in late May as the top scorer, sharing the prize with the Uruguayan Fabrizio Ronchetti and the Argentine Lucas Gómez.

He was the best player of the team in the 2014 Torneo de Copa (Costa Rican cup), by hitting a net on July 20 over Herediano.

Due to his performance with Uruguay, on 24 December 2014, his team Deportivo Saprissa decided to bring Moya back in order to face the following championship. He was presented in press conference on 6 January 2015 –same day of his birthday–, by the financial manager Galeano Luconi, along with the other new players Néstor Monge and Andrés Imperiale.

After representing Costa Rica at under-17 and under-20 levels, Moya made his main squad debut on 14 September 2014, replacing David Ramírez in the dying minutes of a 2–1 win against Guatemala, for the year's Copa Centroamericana.

2013

Being part of Saprissa, he spent the first half of 2013 with the team of Segunda División. He made his debut on 19 January and scored two goals –one of them from the penalty spot– in a 3–2 victory over Osa. On 24 March, Moya made two goals to Coto Brus. The forward ended his participation with ten appearances and gained 847' minutes of play.

His team's name changed to Generación Saprissa in early August 2013, and Moya was chosen by the coach Enrique Rivers to face this season. He started with two goals at the 8th and 77th minutes, in the victory 1–4 over Juventud Escazuceña at the Nicolás Masís. During this period, Jonathan became the top scorer by netting ten goals. His team lost the semifinal series against AS Puma.

While Moya was playing with the second category team, the first squad negotiated with the player Marvin Angulo, from Uruguay de Coronado. Once Angulo was bought on 16 December 2013, the deal established that two member from Saprissa would move to Coronado on loan, so Moya and his team partner Dylan Flores were chosen to close the transfer. Initially, he signed for six months, with a possible extension for the same period of time.

As the start of the Campeonato de Invierno, Moya scored the equaliser 1–1 at the "Fello" Meza against Cartaginés, but it was not enough on the 3–1 loss. He finished the competition with seventeen matches played and reached nine goals.

2012

Jonathan was loaned out to Santos de Guápiles in early 2012, and made his debut in the Primera División in a 1–0 home victory over Herediano on 15 January. He scored his first two goals for the team on 1 March, netting a brace in a 0–3 away win against Orión. In the competition of Verano, Jonathan completed sixteen matches, with two goals and provided three assists. Although his team lost their match 1–0 for the semifinals against Deportivo Saprissa, they qualified to the last round after winning the second leg with the same score, this one due to the advantage earned by finishing second in the regular season. Moya participated on the two matches of the final definition against Herediano, and became runner-up after losing the two series.

Once the preseason had concluded, Jonathan debuted in the Campeonato de Invierno on 26 July 2012 in a 2–0 away loss. He scored his first goal on 18 August over San Carlos. The attacker finished the league with fourteen appearances and two goals in total. Then he returned to Saprissa.

2010

Born in Monteverde, Puntarenas, Moya graduated with Deportivo Saprissa's youth setup, and made his senior debuts with the reserves in Segunda División, on 3 February 2010, in a match against Cariari.

1992

Jonathan Alonso Moya Aguilar (born 6 January 1992) is a Costa Rican footballer who plays for Liga Deportiva Alajuelense as a forward.