Date of Birth9.15.1997 (24)
BirthplaceSantiago de Chile, Chile
2018 : Signed a one-year contract, with two and a half option years, with the Montreal Impact on January 22.
2017: Returned to Chilean club Universidad Católica in July, scoring one goal in 11 games, including nine starts, and 774 minutes… Also played in the Super Copa de Chile against Colo-Colo.
2016-17: Appeared in one Copa Chile game with Universidad Católica before being loaned to Argentine Primera Division club Estudiantes de La Plata in July… Recorded three assists in nine games, including two starts, and 305 minutes… Also played in two Copa Argentina games and one Copa Sudamericana game.
2015-16: Played six Copa Chiles games, helping the club reach the quaterfinals… Scored four goals, in eight games, including six starts, and 546 minutes in the 2015 Apertura, recording a hat trick against San Marcos on November 6… Helped the club win the 2015 Liguilla Pre-Sudamericana Apertura to earn a place in the 2016 Copa Sudamericana, registering two goals and three assists in four starts… Contributed to the 2016 Clausura win for the second half of the season with three goals in 12 games, earning the club its way to the 2017 Copa Libertadores… Also appeared in two Copa Sudamericana games.
2014-15: Appeared in nine games and 160 minutes in the Chilean first division with Universidad Católica, making his professional debut on December 6 against Universidad de Concepción.
Called up by the Chile national team in 2016 for FIFA World Cup qualification games against Argentina and Venezuela, although he did not feature… Selected to Chile’s provisional list for the Copa America Centenario in 2016… Started three games in the 2017 CONMEBOL U20 Championship.
Part of the Academy of hometown club Universidad Católica from age 14 to 17.
Son of Rodrigo Vargas and Marisol Vargas… Has one brother, Joan, and two sisters, Darly and Scarlett.