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Fabio Grosso Net Worth

Fabio Grosso Net Worth

Net Worth: $15 Million

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  • Source of Wealth Sports, Soccer
  • Birth Place Rome, Italy
  • Height 1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)
  • Marital Status Married to Jessica Repetto
  • Nationality Italian
  • Date of Birth November 28, 1977
  • Occupation Former Italian Soccer Player
  • Children Filippo and Giacomo
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About Fabio Grosso

Former Italian World Cup-winning football player Fabio Grosso has an estimated net worth of $15 million. He gained his net worth as a left wingback footballer who can also play as left back. Born on November 28, 1977 in Rome, Italy, he hails from Chiete in Abruzzo. He joined Renato Curi Angolana in 1994 and played in the club’s youth team until 1995. For the 1995-1996 season, he was promoted to the senior squad and made 108 official appearances with 47 goals as an attacking midfielder and left winger. In the 1997-1998 season, he joined Calcio Chiete of Serie C2 as an attacking midfielder. He scored17 goals in 68 league appearances.

 

Grosso was scouted by Serie A club, Perugia Calcio in 2001 and he officially transferred in mid-summer. He earned his first Itally cap in 2003 and has since become an integral part of the national setup. In January 2004, he was sold to Palermo in the Italian Serie B and was promoted at the end of the season where they have an impressive first season at sixth place. He was one of the four Palermo players who made Marcello Lippi’s 2006 FIFA World Cup winning squad. However, at the end of the tournament, he was sold to Internazionale where he only made 23 appearances and scored two goals. He was sold to Olympique Lyonnais in the summer of 2007. He was one of the key the club’s starting line-up in the UEFA Champions League and Ligue 1. During the 2009 summer transfer window, he officially returned to Italy and joined the most successful club Juventus.

As a member of the 2006 FIFA World Cup winning team, Fabio Grosso scored the first goal against Germany. He scored the winning penalty against France in the Finals. He was also included in Roberto Donadoni’s European Cup team in 2008 and was the first choice left back in Lippi’s squad. On May 4-5, he was called up to the pre-World Cup training camp with teammates Gianluigi Buffonn, Giorgio Chiellini, Fabio Cannavaro, Nicola Legrottaglie, Mauro Camoranesi, Antonio Candreva, Claudio Marchisio and Vincenzo Iaquinta. He was included in the 30-men preliminary squad announced in May 11. However, he was dropped in the second training camp together with Juventus teammate Candreva.