Name
Alessandro Florenzi

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Born
1991 (33 years old)

Birth Place
Rome, Italy

Position
Defender

Status
Active

Ethnicity
White

Team Number
42

Height
173 cm

Weight
66 kg

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Market Value
£2.43m

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Sport
Soccer

Team
Milan

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League
Italian Serie A

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Alessandro Florenzi Cavaliere OMRI (born 11 March 1991) is an Italian professional footballer who plays as a full-back for Serie A club AC Milan and the Italy national team.

Florenzi started his professional club career with Roma in 2011, but spent the 2011–12 season on loan with Crotone. Florenzi was appointed as Roma's new captain following the departure of Daniele De Rossi in 2019. He later had spells on loan with Spanish side Valencia, and French side Paris Saint-Germain, winning the Trophée des Champions and the Coupe de France with the latter club during the 2020–21 season.

At international level he was a member of the Italy national under-21 football team that finished second in the 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Championship, and also represented the Italy senior side at UEFA Euro 2016 and UEFA Euro 2020, winning the latter tournament.

On 14 November 2012, Florenzi made his debut for the senior team under coach Cesare Prandelli in a friendly match against France.

Florenzi was part of the Italy under-21 squad for the 2013 UEFA European Under-21 Championship in Israel, as the Azzurrini reached the final, losing to Spain 4–2. Florenzi's only goal of the tournament came in the 4–0, group stage, victory over the host nation.

On 15 October 2013, Florenzi scored his first senior goal on his competitive debut in a World Cup qualifying match against Armenia that ended in a 2–2 draw at the Stadio San Paolo in Naples. Florenzi was not included in the 30-man preliminary squad named by Cesare Prandelli for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

On 30 August 2014, new Italy head coach Antonio Conte named Florenzi in his first squad for the upcoming European qualifying matches. On 31 May 2016, he was named to Conte's 23-man Italy squad for UEFA Euro 2016.

In June 2021, he was included in Italy's squad for UEFA Euro 2020 by manager Roberto Mancini. On 11 July, Florenzi won the European Championship with Italy following a 3–2 penalty shoot-out victory over England at Wembley Stadium in the final, after a 1–1 draw in extra-time; he made a substitute appearance during the final, replacing Emerson Palmieri late in the second half of extra-time.



Career Honours

Italian Serie A
2021-2022

Milan

French Coupe de France
2020-2021

Paris SG

French Trophée des Champions
2020

Paris SG

UEFA European Championship
2020

Italy


Career Milestones


Former Youth Teams


Former Senior Teams

2011-2013

2011-2012 (Loan)

2012-2022

2020 (Loan)

2020-2021 (Loan)

2021-2022 (Loan)


Former Club Staff


Contracts

2012-2023

2020-2021

2022-2025


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MilanAppearancesUEFA Champions League2021-20224

MilanAppearancesItalian Serie A2021-202224

MilanGoalsItalian Serie A2021-20222


Paris SGAppearancesUEFA Champions League2020-202110

Paris SGAppearancesFrench Ligue 12020-202121

Paris SGGoalsFrench Ligue 12020-20212


RomaAppearancesUEFA Europa League2019-20202

RomaAppearancesItalian Serie A2019-202014

ValenciaAppearancesUEFA Champions League2019-20201

ValenciaAppearancesSpanish La Liga2019-202012


RomaAppearancesUEFA Champions League2018-20198

RomaAppearancesItalian Serie A2018-201929

RomaGoalsItalian Serie A2018-20193


RomaAppearancesUEFA Champions League2017-201810

RomaAppearancesItalian Serie A2017-201832

RomaGoalsItalian Serie A2017-20181


RomaAppearancesUEFA Champions League2016-20171

RomaAppearancesUEFA Europa League2016-20173

RomaAppearancesItalian Serie A2016-20179

RomaGoalsUEFA Europa League2016-20171


RomaAppearancesUEFA Champions League2015-20168

RomaAppearancesItalian Serie A2015-201633

RomaGoalsUEFA Champions League2015-20161

RomaGoalsItalian Serie A2015-20167


RomaAppearancesUEFA Champions League2014-20156

RomaAppearancesUEFA Europa League2014-20153

RomaAppearancesItalian Serie A2014-201535

RomaGoalsItalian Serie A2014-20155


RomaAppearancesItalian Serie A2013-201437

RomaGoalsItalian Serie A2013-20146


RomaAppearancesItalian Serie A2012-201336

RomaGoalsItalian Serie A2012-20133


CrotoneAppearancesItalian Serie B2011-201235

CrotoneGoalsItalian Serie B2011-201211


RomaAppearancesItalian Serie A2010-20111



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