With each passing day, the Orlando City SC transfer rumours seem to be hotting up with Josué Colmán the latest player linked with the Lions.
Cerro Porteño venderá a @ColmanJosue por cerca de 3.500.000 dólares por el 80% del pase a Orlando City.
Últimas partes de las negociaciones.
— Markos González 🇵🇾 (@mark10gonzalez) December 20, 2017
Gonzalez’ tweet suggests that Jason Kreis‘ Lions are currently in talks to buy 80 per cent of Josué Colmán’s rights for $3.5 million from Paraguayan side Cerro Porteño.
With Orlando City UK eager to hear any new snippets of information this off-season, we researched the web to find out who exactly Josué Colmán is.
A classic number 10 attacking midfielder by trade, this is the number Josué Colmán currently wears for Paraguayan 2017 Clausura champions Cerro Porteño.
Carrying this prestigious number at such a young age is typically seen by football fans as a sign that the player is very highly-rated.
Also capable of playing as a secondary striker or on the right wing, Josué Colmán seems a highly adaptable forward-thinking player.
Interestingly, Cerro Porteño was the team where Atlanta United midfielder Miguel Almirón began his career too.
Still a teenager of course, 19-year-old Josué Colmán has earned four caps for the Paraguay Under-23 national side since 2016.
Having also made 10 appearances for Los Guaraníes Under-17 side and two outings for their Under-20s, he is a clearly highly-rated player.
Still making his way in the game, a transfer to Major League Soccer would surely boost his prospects of making his senior international debut for Paraguay in the near future.
Josué Colmán is a diminutive midfielder standing at just 5 ft 6 in, making him just three inches taller than Toronto FC’s Sebastian Giovinco.
Making 32 league appearances for Cerro Porteño this year, he also appeared in two Copa Sudamericana fixtures too.