Andrea Mantovani

Andrea Mantovani

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Andrea Mantovani (born 22 June 1984) is an Italian footballer who plays in the defender position for Palermo.



Mantovani started his career at Torino Calcio. He was the member of Allievi Nazionali Under-18 team in 2000–01 season. In 2002–03 season, he occasionally received first team call-up, and made his debut on 19 January 2003 against Como, which he replaced Gianluca Comotto at half-time. The match ended in 0–0 draw.

After Torino relegated in 2003, he was loaned to Serie B side Triestina. In 2004–05 season, Mantovani returned to Turin and played as one of the regular starter, he was awarded no.4 shirt. The team won promotion playoffs but then went bankrupt. FIGC allowed a new successor team admitted in 2006–07 Serie B but the players were also allowed to leave on free transfer.


In August 2005, he was signed by Serie A side Chievo along with team-mate Giovanni Marchese and on 30 August sold to Torino's rival Juventus in co-ownership for a nominal fees of €1,000. He was immediately loaned back to Chievo and played 4 league matches.

Partially due to 2006 Italian football scandal, Juventus terminated all ongoing co-ownership deal in June 2006, and Mantovani was sold back to Chievo for about €301,000. He played 3 out of 4 European matches of Chievo, which exited in both UEFA Champions League 3rd qualifying round, and UEFA Cup first round.

Mantovani played 15 league...
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