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Franco Vazquez is from Cremonese

It is now official: Franco Vazquez is a new player of Cremonese, as announced by the grigiorosso club.

“U.S. Cremonese announces that it has signed Franco Damian Vazquez. The player will be bound to the grigiorosso club until June 30, 2024 with option right,” reads the note issued by the Lombard club.

Vazquez, an Argentine from Tanti with an Italian passport, was born on Feb. 22, 1989, and has extensive international experience both at club and national team level. The striker, in fact, has worn the Azzurri jersey in two friendly matches and then the albiceleste of the Argentine selection.
Raised in Barrio Parque and Belgrano, it was with the Celestials of Cordoba that he made his debut in Argentina’s top division after winning the Primera B Nacional. His first experience in Italy was in 2012, when he moved to Palermo. Then Spain with Rayo Vallecano, Palermo again (also with coach Davide Ballardini) then the long parenthesis with Sevilla that lasted 5 seasons and the subsequent move to Parma. Important backgrounds that allowed him to collect 158 appearances in the Spanish La Liga where he scored 21 times, 87 in Serie A with 18 goals and 88 in Serie B with 29 goals to his credit.
Reasonable his roster also at the European level with 16 tokens of presence in the Champions League, 22 in the Europa League, a competition he won in 2020 with the Sevilla jersey playing 10 games and scoring 2 goals, and finally 2 in the European Super Cup (where, again with Sevilla, he challenged first Real Madrid and then Bayern Munich)

Welcome to the grigiorosso, Franco.

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