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Santiago Silva was born on 9 December, 1980 in Montevideo, Uruguay, is a Uruguayan footballer. At 40 years old, Santiago Silva height is 6 ft 0 in (183.0 cm).

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Age 40 years old
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Born 9 December 1980
Birthday 9 December
Birthplace Montevideo, Uruguay
Nationality Uruguay

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Santiago Silva Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Santiago Silva worth at the age of 40 years old? Santiago Silva’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from Uruguay. We have estimated Santiago Silva's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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In 2015, Silva signed for Arsenal de Sarandí after a spell at Lanús, in which he played a key part in winning the Copa Sudamericana.


Later on in 2012, he played for the Argentine team Boca Juniors. He made his first goal against Estudiantes (LP) and in the Copa Libertadores 2012 he scored a goal against Unión Española scoring his first goal in the tournament with Boca Juniors. After Boca qualified to the Quarter Finals they played against Brazilian team Fluminense were Silva in the second game leading by the 90 minute, scored the 1-1 which made Boca Juniors qualify to the Semi Finals. He later scored against Universidad de Chile which qualified Boca Juniors to the Finals, where they lost 2-0 against Corinthians which became champions in Copa Libertadores 2012.


The following semester, Silva won his second Argentine league title (first with Vélez) playing 13 games and scoring 7 goals during the 2011 Clausura. However, he was not the team's top goalscorer, due to David Ramírez finishing the tournament one goal ahead. He also helped his team reach the semi-finals of the Copa Libertadores, playing 9 games and scoring 4 times.

Silva started the 2011–12 season with Vélez, playing two games and scoring once. However, on August 23, Fiorentina paid his contract's buyout clause of €1.73 million. Silva decided to join the Italian club citing personal reasons (he wanted a second chance in European football), despite there not being an economical difference between the contract offered by Fiorentina and the renewal offered by Vélez.


In January 2010, he returned from his loan to Vélez Sársfield. He made a strong striking partnership with Juan Manuel Martínez during the 2010 Apertura (in which Vélez was runner-up). Silva started the 19 games and scored 11 goals, while Martínez scored a further 10 in 19. The Uruguayan forward also finished the tournament as league top scorer, along Tigre's Denis Stracqualursi.


Silva joined Vélez Sarsfield in 2007, and was loaned to Banfield in 2009. He played 2 Short tournaments with Banfield scoring 22 goals in 35 games with the team. During the 2009 Apertura he scored 14 goals in 18 games, including two in the victory on the derby against Lanús. Silva helped Banfield obtain their first Argentine Primera División title of their history and finished as the tournament's top scorer in the process. During his time in Banfield, he played along fellow Uruguayan player Sebastián Fernández as his striking partner.


Subsequently, Silva had two European spells with German Energie Cottbus and Portuguese S.C. Beira-Mar. In 2005, he had his first spell in Argentina playing half a season for Newell's Old Boys. After half a year back in Uruguay with his first team, Central Español, Silva returned to Argentina to play for Gimnasia y Esgrima La Plata in 2006. Three years after his period at Gimnasia, the Uruguayan forward admitted to the press that the team lost on purpose a match against Boca Juniors, who were challenging the 2006 Apertura with Gimnasia's rivals Estudiantes de La Plata, after pressure from their own team's hooligans.


Silva started his career in Uruguay playing for Central Español, River Plate Montevideo and Defensor Sporting. He then had his first spell outside the country playing with Brazilian side SC Corinthians. However, after half a year he returned to Uruguay to play for Nacional (where he won the 2002 Uruguayan Primera División), and a second period with River Plate.


Santiago Martín Silva Olivera (born 9 December 1980) is an Uruguayan professional footballer who plays as a forward for Argentinos Juniors. His nickname is El Tanque (The Tank).