Giuseppe Rossi is an American-born Italian football player who currently plays for Fiorentina. He plays as a deep-lying forward and sometimes as a winger or attacking midfielder. He moved to Fiorentina in January 2013 after 5 years at Villarreal.
Rossi has represented the Italian national team at Under-16, 17, 18, 21 and senior level. He is becoming an ever important player for his teams! Although Giuseppe wasn't at Euro2012 due to a knee injury.
Giuseppe Rossi could still feature this season after the Fiorentina striker received a boost with regards to his recovery from the serious knee injury he picked up last month.
It was initially thought that he would take no further part in the latest campaign, which would have also put his World Cup participation in doubt in Brazil later in the year. [read the full story]
Just when things seemed to be looking up for Giuseppe Rossi, it appears his injury curse has struck again. And there are some within football who are now fearing for the future career of the talented 26-year-old.
The Fiorentina forward, who has enjoyed a welcome renaissance so far this season in Serie A, is now set for a longer-than-expected spell on the sidelines after further tests revealed his latest knee injury was worse than first feared. The full diagnosis has not yet been made but the indications are he has suffered a serious setback and may require more surgery. [read the full story]
Following two career-threatening knee injuries that kept him on the sidelines for two years, Fiorentina striker, Giuseppe Rossi, has wasted little time in making up for his absence.
The American-born Italian has started the new Serie A season in scintillating form, scoring 12 goals in the opening 15 – proving the club were right to take a chance on him when they signed him from Villarreal in the last January transfer window even though he was still injured at the time. [read the full story]
Striker, Guiseppe Rossi, is enjoying life at Fiorentina having finally banished the injuries that have blighted his career to date, and is back to looking more like the player that led a host of top European sides to form an orderly queue to retain his services.
Once captured, he was such a prized-asset that his current club supposedly inserted a £30m release clause within his contract – a move that, should his present form continue, may end up appearing somewhat modest. [read the full story]
Giuseppe Rossi’s new club, Fiorentina, are on the brink of qualifying for Europe next season after the Florence club beat Siena 1-0 in midweek to maintain fourth position in Serie A.
Although Rossi is yet to play for his new club he is close to returning and, with just two more rounds of league fixtures remaining, his presence could be vital to Fiorentina’s efforts of playing in Europe next season. [read the full story]
New Fiorentina striker, Giuseppe Rossi, is nearing his comeback to full training almost 18 months after suffering an anterior cruciate ligament tear.
Rossi has been sidelined for the best part of two seasons since his injury for Villarreal in October 2011 and his transfer to Florence this winter is earmarked as a new start for the Italian international. [read the full story]
Italian, Giuseppe Rossi, has returned home, after the Villarreal striker agreed to a €10m transfer to Serie A club, Fiorentina, last month.
Rossi signed for the Tuscan club in January, despite having not kicked a ball for over 14 months and is still a long way from recovery. However, with a new move comes new hope and the striker can now put his Spanish nightmare behind him and get back into football. [read the full story]