Costa Rican professional soccer player Yeltsin Tejeda has an estimated net worth of $8 million. Born in Limon, Costa Rica in March 1992. He plays as a defensive midfielder who began his career at Saprissa’s youth academy before making a breakthrough into the club’s senior team in 2011. There, Tejeda went on to be featured in 110 games and scored 5 goals in the process prior to his switch to Evian on a four year deal in August 2014. He has since played in 27 matches and netted one goal for the French side. Meanwhile, the player also represented Costa Rica’s U17 and U20 teams and has joined the country’s senior squad since 2011 making 53 appearances in total, with his international first-team debut made on 11 December 2011 in a friendly encounter with Cuba. In the 2014 Summer FIFA World Cup Tejeda was an unplayable player for Costa Rica and helped the nation qualify for the tournament.