Peruvian team: What happened to Oliver Sohn Jean-Pierre Reiner, called up by Ricardo Gareca, who did not make his debut with 'Baycolor'? | Soccer-Peruvian

The Peruvian National Team He had good relations with footballers who were born in another country but could play for the 'Baycolor' team because they had national origins. Gianluca Lapatula and Oliver Sohn, who played their first games with Giorgio Fossati, are well-known cases. However, another player got the chance to wear the red and white shirt and his name was Jean-Pierre Reiner, who was called up by Ricardo Gareca at the time and trained at Videna, but did not make his debut.

Jean-Pierre Rainer was born in Zurich in 1996 to a Swiss father and Peruvian mother. He started his career in August 2015 with his debut Grasshopper. The left-footed central defender had to go out on loan for two seasons to have continuity, and then returned to the club of his birth, where he played 34 games. Scored one goal in each campaign over two years. After being unable to find a solution, he had to go through Spanish teams like Cadiz and Cartagena; He also played for FC Emmen in the Netherlands and for Volos NFC in Greece, where he did not maintain order. He currently plays for Schaffhausen in Switzerland's second division.

At the time, Jean-Pierre Rainer was one of the most respected young Peruvians. Today, its market value is 200 thousand eurosBut still In 2018 it was worth 1.25 million euros According to the portal, playing for Grasshopper Exchange market.

Jean-Pierre Rainer: His time with Switzerland and Peru's U-20s

From a young age, he showed interest in being a part of Peru's team. He also turned down an invitation from the Swiss U-18 in 2013. As far back as 2014, Jean-Pierre Rainer was able to wear the red and white in U-20 friendlies against Colombia and Uruguay. However, he was eliminated from the competition as he did not make it to the final list.

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After not being listed in South America, He was called up by the Swiss U-20 in 2015 and managed to play five games for his country of birth.. He was called up to the U-21 team a year later and played the same number of matches. However, his dream was to wear the Peruvian national team shirt and years later he was called up to 'Baycolor'.

Jean-Pierre Rainer plays for the Swiss youth team. (Photo: Spread)

Jean-Pierre Rainer was invited, but did not make his debut

After being overseen by the technical command of Ricardo Gareca, Jean-Pierre Rainer has been called up to play in the 2022 qualifiers against Chile and Argentina. In both games, the Swiss-Peruvian was left out of the roster and could not make his debut with the Peruvian team.. The Argentine coach wanted to continue with players who already had continuity in the 'Baycolor' and the defender was keen to wear the red and white for the first time.

However, his rapport with the Peruvian squad and Ricardo Gareca means that he will be seen to be regularly called up should any events arise. In 2021 he was included in the preliminary list for the Copa America played in Brazil, but not in the final list.. That was the last time he was near the 'Baikalar', after which he disappeared from the radar and was never called again.

Jean-Pierre Rainer trained with the Peruvian team in Videna, but did not make his debut. (Photo: FPF)

Jean Pierre Rhyner and his present in Switzerland

Jean-Pierre Rainer has been very consistent over the last three seasons in football. During his time in Greece, during the 2021/22 season, Volos played a total of 17 games with the NFC. In mid-2022 he returned to Switzerland to sign for FC Schaffhausen of the country's second division and played a total of 25 games. This season, the defender was a starter in his team, but In 2024, his injuries kept him off the field.

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Despite his recent continuity with his European teams, Jean-Pierre Rainer was again left out of Peru's squad. Juan Reynoso doesn't have it in his plans, despite fresh hope of a call-up with Uruguayan coach Jorge Fossati, but he's left out of the universe of players who have a chance at 'Baycolor'.

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