Jackson Martínez releases religious album / Colombia / SOFOOT.com

Hallelujah.

While he had disappeared from circulation, Jackson Martínez finds the light by releasing an album offering religious songs and hip-hop. In an interview with News Come on, the Colombian striker explains that the idea germinated when he was subject to numerous injuries: “At a critical point in my career where I had two surgeries […] I focused a bit more on writing and made the decision to release an album.His album titled No Temere is already available on all streaming platforms.

Without a club since August, the former flop of Atlético de Madrid (35 million euros for three goals in 22 games) also takes the opportunity to thank his former teammates Godín, Juanfran and Saúl for the welcome that had been reserved for him when he arrived from FC Porto. All this before specifying that he has no problem with Simeone, even if he would have liked to stay at the club.

Take this, Memphis Depay.

JB

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