Andrés D’Alessandro returns to Inter de Porto Alegre for four months to finalize his retirement from professional football
Midfielder Andrés D’Alessandro, 40 years old, will return to Inter de Porto Alegre with a contract of just four months to finally finalize his retirement from professional football, announced this Saturday the Brazilian club.
The “Cabezón” will have his third cycle in the gaucho team, with which he counts 517 games, 95 goals, 113 assists and 13 titles, including a Copa Libertadores (2010) and a South American (2008) and a Recopa (2011) , large Télam.
“The midfielder D’Alessandro is back in Internacional. The club and the athlete entered into an agreement for a four-month contract. They will be the last games of a historic and victorious career of the red idol ”, the entity published in a statement, along with a couple of videos.
D’Alessandro, emerged from River Plate and also with a past in San Lorenzo, played last year in Nacional de Montevideo. With the Argentine jersey, the talented footballer was also 2001 youth world champion, runner-up in America in Peru 2004 and won the gold medal at the 2004 Athens Olympics.