Late Mexican professional soccer player Luis de la Fuente had an estimated net worth of $5 million. Born in Veracruz, Mexico in January 1914. He was a midfielder who started his senior career in 1930 at Aurrera before going on to join Real Espana the following year. De la Fuente also played for several other clubs including Racing Santander, Corrales, Club America, Velez Sarsfield, and Marte prior to his hanging up his boots in 1952 at Veracruz, making him the first Mexican player to ever play in four different countries: Mexico, Argentina, Spain, and Paraguay. Internationally, the deceased midfielder represented Mexico’s national soccer team in international showdown between 1934 and 1950 registering 7 goals and 9 caps to his name. With CD Veracruz he claimed two Primera Division de Mexico championships; one was in 1945 and the other was in 1949. At 58 years of age Luis de la Fuente died on May 28, 1972 from a heart attack and was buried facing the Luis “Pirata” Fuente Stadium which was named for him.