Once touted as one of the more promising youngsters in Italian football when he was coming through the ranks at Parma back in the early 2000’s, Alessandro Rosina career has not exactly lived up to expectations.
That being said he has still put together a decent career that would be to the envy of most. Now 32 years of age, the one time capped international is seemingly set to begin yet another chapter in a career that has seen him ply his trade all over the peninsula and as far away as Russia with Zenit St Petersburg.
Currently owned by Lega Pro club Catania, Rosina spent last season out on loan at Serie B club Bari. The diminutive attacker impressed with the Galetti scoring 11 times in 41 appearances but was unable to help the San Nicola outfit achieve a return to Serie A.
Now with the loan ended and his parent club languishing in the third tier Rosina is eyeing another move and according too Tuttomercatoweb that move will be another Serie B club in the shape of Salernitana. The Granata, who’s chairman is none other than Lazio’s Claudio Lotito, narrowly avoided relegation last season and are looking to strengthen their squad for the year ahead. With Rosina seen as the man to do just that.
Negotiations are still in progress but the word is that Salernitana want to get the deal done sooner rather than later