Born in General Alvear, Buenos Aires Province, Aset began playing professional football in the lower divisions of Argentine football. He would embark on a journeyman's career, enjoying a spell in the Chilean Primera División with Cobresal during 2007. He joined C.A. Progreso during the 2007–08 Uruguayan Primera División season, scoring a game-winning goal against C.A. Fénix in an unsuccessful attempt to avoid relegation.
- Tristán Suárez 1999-2000
- Hertha BSC 2000
- El Tanque Sisley 2001
- Unión San Felipe 2002
- Lota Schwager 2003-2004
- PSM Makassar 2004
- Unión Atlético Maracaibo 2005
- Juventud Unida Universitario 2005-2006
- Cooma Tigers FC 2006
- Deportivo Guaymallén 2007
- Cobresal 2007
- Progreso 2008
- Arturo Fernández Vial 2008
- "Cobresal: El "Turco" Aset se encontró con la titularidad" [Cobresal: The "Turk" Aset met with the ownership] (in Spanish). Diario Atacama. 13 April 2007.
- "Progreso no para de sufrir y festejar" [Progreso not to suffer and celebrate] (in Spanish). El Pais. 10 March 2008.
- Profile at BDFA Profile at
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