Alberto Gilardino is a powerful Italian striker who plays for AC Milan since 2005 and the Italy’s national team since 2004.
Alberto Gilardino started his Senior football career in Piacenza Calcio in Serie A. In 2001 Gilardino was sold to Hellas Verona. He stayed in Verona for two seasons playing 39 games and scoring 5 goals. In 2002 Alberto Gilardino transferred to Parma FC. He played for Parma FC for three seasons playing 96 games and scoring 50 goals. The last two seasons Gilardino was the second best scorer in Serie A.
In 2005 Alberto Gilardino was sold to AC Milan. His transfer sum to AC Milan was
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