D’Alessandro has been announced by Nacional-URU. Contract runs until december

D'Alessandro has been announced by Nacional-URU.  Contract runs until december

In 2021 D’Alessandro will play for Nacional, in Montevideo International Agreed details as expected sport, And in the middle of the afternoon today he was announced as the player of the Uruguay club.

D’Alessandro’s contract will be for one season at Parke Central Stadium. The player travels to Uruguay in the next few hours.

At the age of 39, D’Alandro left Inter in late 2020. The midfielder announced a month ago that he would not extend the link to Brazilian football until the end of the season.

“A few days ago, I finished the most important path of my life after 12 years in Brazil. Now, the story must move forward. My story must move forward. I found my new challenge. Time to twist the page. I I can say that I found my new one. ” I knew I had to be in another club full of glory and that would be the case “, D’Alendro said in an official video of the announcement as a player for National. He said,” For a sports person, Nashiel has it all. Three Titles of America and the World. A life of over 100 years and the stadium where the World Cup stories began. Also, a fantastic crowd. This is my new chapter. “

Despite elections in consultation with Chile, China and even the United States, Uruguay has always been D’Alessandro’s most likely destination. Yet as a difference player, he gained exposure to the oriental band. Peñarol counted on Diego Aguirre to get closer, but went no further. In December, Carbero returned to the club charge.

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National approached D’Alessandro by Ivan Alonso, a former ally of the river. Alonso and D’Ale were together in 2016, when the midfielder was loaned to Argentina club by Internationa.

D’Alessandro at Parque Central will also follow in the footsteps of Marcelo Gallardo. The current River Plate coach ended his career at National in 2011. Shortly thereafter, he began his coaching career at the Uruguay Club.

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A few days ago, I finished the most important path of my life after 12 years in Brazil. Now, the story should follow. My story must go on. I got my new challenge. Time to turn the page. I can say that I found my new challenge. I knew that I would have to live in another club full of glories and that would be it. In 2021, I will become a player of Club National de Football. For a sports person, Nacional is all of this. America and three world titles. Life of over 100 years and the stadium where the World Cup stories began. Also, a fantastic crowd. This is my new chapter. I will fulfill a more professional dream and I will do everything with commitment, honor and dedication to make the Dean of Uruguay Football even bigger. I can’t wait to come in, put on my shirt and go out for the game. See you soon, Andres Nicolas D’Alandro.

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