Rene Krhin> is a Slovenian football player who at present is with the Serie A club, Bologna. In 2010, he got recognition when playing for Serie A, Bologna in a co-ownership deal with 2.5 million Euros in cash along with a deal, which got inter signed by Lorenzo Paramatti from Bologna.
He signed with NK Maribor at the age of 16 and as a European Union player; he played for international matches at Allievi Nazionale under 17 team. In 2009, Jose Mourinho called him for the pre-season United States tour to the inter first team where he played in many friendly matches.
For the 2009-10 competitive season, he got qualified for the match squad, though he could not make it to the starting 11 or the bench for the first 3 matches held against Lazio in the Supercoppa Italiana, Milan and Bari. Irrespective of this fact, he made his official debut against Parma for Inter club in third week of Serie A fixture game as a replacement for Wesley Snejider. The same year, he came on in the 84th minute whilst playing against Catania for Sully Muntari. By 2009, he made his first league start in a 2-0 victory over Livorno.
Rene was present at the U19 European Championship qualifying match and captained the under 19 in the finals, though he could not take part due to club commitments. It was in 2009, when he got to make his senior debut in a friendly match as he came on pitch as a second half substitute, though it was a loss to England with 1-2.
Rene Krhin did get many honors in his football career. In 2009-10, he received Serie A honors. The same year, he received Coppa Italia and UEFA Champions League.
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