The 33-year-old, who grew up in the Rossoneri academy, was released after failing to register with Siena in C
Milan fans remember him smiling and incredulous, probably unprepared to celebrate only 18 seconds after his debut in Serie A: it was 10 February 2008 and, as soon as he came of age, he immediately signed the match against Siena at the Giuseppe Meazza. Returning to current events, a lot of time has passed: Alberto Paloschi is 33 years old and boasts a career of over 100 professional goals in Serie A, B, C and the Premier League. He played for Parma, Genoa, Chievo, Swansea City, Atalanta, Spal (twice), Cagliari and Siena. Well, last summer his adventure with the Bianconeri ended after a 13-goal season in Serie C, because the club did not join the championship. As a free agent, Paloschi officially kicked off his new adventure today, signing for Desenzano from Brescia in Serie D.
The Lake Garda club made the agreement official directly on its social channels, obviously proud to add a striker with 50 appearances in the youth national teams to its squad. His coach is Mario Tacchinardi and his career with Desenzano will begin with the away match at Club Milano, in Pero. After three championship games, Paloschi’s new team finds itself in the playoff zone with six points in the standings in group B.