Bernardo Corradi

Bernardo Corradi

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Bernardo Corradi

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Bernardo Corradi (born 30 March 1976) is an Italian footballer, who is currently a free agent. He was a former Italian international.

Football career

Early career

Corradi began his career in Italy with Siena, at that time at Serie C1. He then left for U.S. Poggibonsi at Serie C2, which the club is located in the Province of Siena, Tuscany. He played two seasons, one at Serie C2, one at Serie D. In 1996 he left for Serie C2 club A.S.D. Mobilieri Ponsacco Calcio, also located in Tuscany. In mid-1997, he joined Cagliari of Sardinia island. But after played two matches, he was loaned to Montevarchi in November, his third Tuscany club. In the next season, he moved back to south for Andria. In 1999, he returned to Cagliari and played his first Serie A match.

Chievo & Inter

In 2000, Corradi jointly-signed by Chievo and Internazionale. Using his height as ability, he started showing his talent as central forward and scored his first Serie A goal at Chievo. He stayed at Chievo for two seasons, until Internazionale paid €4 million to the Verona based club to bought back the remain registration rights.

Considered the ideal understudy to Christian Vieri, he played his first and only match for Inter against Sporting Clube de Portugal.

But rumor Lazio also likes to sign him. After Ronaldo successfully transferred to Real Madrid, Inter also finished the last minute deal with Lazio to sign their flagship striker Hernán Crespo, and sent Corradi to opposite...
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