Vito Mannone

Team AS Monaco FC AS Monaco FC
Position Goalkeeper
Height / weight 0.0 m / 73 kg
Born Mar 2, 1988
Nationality Italy Italy
Number 1
Team History
AS Monaco FC Monaco 2020 - present
Esbjerg Esbjerg 2020 (loan)
Reading FC Reading 2017 - 2020
Minnesota United FC Minnesota 2019 (loan)
Sunderland AFC Sunderland 2013 - 2017
Arsenal FC Arsenal 2006 - 2013
Hull City AFC Hull City 2012 (loan)
Hull City AFC Hull City 2010 - 2011 (loan)
Barnsley FC Barnsley 2006 (loan)
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Vito Mannone is a young Italian football player who currently features for the English and European giants Arsenal. He plays as a goalkeeper.

Mannone started his development at the youth academy of the Italian side Atalanta and joined the Arsenal set-up in the summer of 2005 after the Gunners paid Atalanta a compensation fee of 350,000 pounds since the player hadn’t signed a professional contract with the club.

Mannone was sent out on loan for experience to Barnsley in August 2006 for three months and after suffering a knee injury he was recalled to the Gunners in October.

Mannone has yet to make a first team appearance for the Gunners although he did make the bench for against Reading in a Premier match in April 2008. In December 2007 he had signed a long term contract with Arsenal.

He played on loan for Hull City in 2010-11, featuring in 10 league matches, and then again in 2012 when he played in 21 league fixtures.

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