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Lorenzo Crisetig Biography
Lorenzo Crisetig is one of the most popular and richest Italian footballer who was born on January 20, 1993 in Cividale del Friuli, Italy. Crisetig, who was one of the oldest players in the U-19 U-19 team that included players born after 1992 and players born before 1992, was eliminated by Ireland’s U-19 U-19 team. Crisetig played in 2 of the possible 3 friendlies to train for the 2012 U-19 Euro qualifying, which Alberigo Evansi coached. He made his professional debut on September 29th. However, he only played in one of the three qualifying matches. Francesco Vassallo replaced him. He played in the first match against Romania, which he lost 1-2 to in the qualifying match on 6 October. Azzurrini was eventually crowned the group 3 runner up. This match was also the last match for Crisetig’s U19 team.
He played in a friendly match for the first team on August 9, 2009. He was soon promoted to the Italy U-21 team. He was also promoted to the Primavera Under-20 team that season. Jose Mourinho also selected him in a friendly mid-international break. He did not play his first competitive call-up in January 2010. Mourinho received several call-ups after that match. He also reached the quarter-finals of Allievi Nazionali in May 2010. He won the experimental UEFA U18 Challenge against Bayern Munich U19, on 19 May with Inter U19 (the 1990-born player of the Primavera didn’t play).
In the next season, he was named as one of the club youth product (List B) in 2010 UEFA Super Cup (but did not receive call-up). On 11 August, he made his Italy U-21 debut as the youngest player in history at the time. Under Rafael Benítez, he also received call-up to the first team; Benítez’s successor, Leonardo, also picked Crisetig but he failed to make debut. Crisetig won 2011 Torneo di Viareggio with the Primavera.
Under new coach Gian Piero Gasperini, Crisetig played in pre-season friendlies. However, he did not play in competitive match. But under new coach Claudio Ranieri, he made his debut in 2011–12 UEFA Champions League on 27 September, replacing Cristian Chivu in the last minute. It was due to the injury crisis, in which the coach had five midfielders only (including Zanetti) plus Crisetig and youngster Andrea Romanò. He also played for the youth team in 2011–12 NextGen series in the next day.
Crisetig was born in Cividale del Friuli and began his professional career with the local club Audace San Leonardo. He moved to Donatello in Udine for the following season. Internazionale signed him at the age of 14. Crisetig played for Giovanissimi Nazionali under-15 team In 2007-08 and Allievi Nazionali under-17 team in 2008-09 season. Crisetig was selected by Italy U-17 team as one of their youngest players in 2009. The team is mainly composed of people born 1992.
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Crisetig played 4 times in 2012–13 Four Nations Tournament for Italy U20 plus two additional friendlies against Turkey U21 and Iran.
Lorenzo Crisetig Net Worth
Lorenzo Crisetig is one of the richest Italian Footballer from Italy. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Lorenzo Crisetig's net worth $3-5 Million.* (Last Update: February 3, 2024)
Lorenzo Crisetig, an Italian footballer, was born 20 January 1993. He plays as a middlefielder.
Crisetig was called up in December 2007 for the Christmas Youth Tournament (Italian Torneo Giovanile di Natale). Crisetig made his debut for the Italy U-16 team in 2008. Pasquale Slerno selected him to the final tournament 2009 UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship as the only 1993 born player. He played in all four matches and lost to Germany in the semifinals. He played in all five matches of the FIFA U-17 World Cup 2009. Switzerland lost the quarter-finals. After the tournament, he followed the U-18 team member. He was eligible for the 2010 UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship but did not participate in any qualifying matches.
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During the summer 2012 Inter/Parma sent him on loan to Serie B club Spezia. He made his debut with Spezia on 10 August 2012 against Brescia replacing, in the 64th minute, Mirko Antenucci.
On 23 January 2012, Inter bought back Joel Obi from co-owner Parma F.C. for €3.2 million. In the same deal, Crisetig, was sold to Parma in co-ownership deal for €1.5 million. Crisetig was remained in their “mother” club for the rest of the season. On 25 March 2012, he won the first edition of NextGen series with Primavera after penalty shootout win against AFC Ajax.
Lorenzo Crisetig's Height & Physical Stats
Lorenzo Crisetig height 6 ft 0 in Lorenzo weight 80 kg & body measurements will update soon.
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Crisetig made his competitive debut on 27 September 2011, in the 2011–12 UEFA Champions League.
On 11 July 2014, he was signed by Cagliari Calcio in a two-year loan, with an option to purchase.
Who is Lorenzo Crisetig Dating?
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During January 2013 Inter/Parma sent him on loan to Serie B club Crotone. In July 2013 the loan was extended.
Facts & Trivia
Lorenzo Ranked on the list of most popular Italian footballer. Also ranked in the elit list of famous people born in Italy. Lorenzo Crisetig celebrates birthday on January 20 of every year.
In June 2014 Inter bought back 50% registration rights of Crisetig for €4.75 million in a four-year contract, bought the remaining 50% registration rights of Yao Eloge Koffi for €1 million, as well as sold 50% registration rights of Ishak Belfodil back to Parma for €5.75 million.