Enzo Maresca

Enzo Maresca

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Enzo Maresca

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Enzo Maresca (born 10 February 1980) is an Italian footballer, who currently plays for Málaga CF in Spanish La Liga.

Club career

Youth career

Maresca started playing youth football at A.C. Milan, before joining Cagliari. He got his senior debut with English club West Bromwich Albion in 1998, where he played for two seasons.


He moved back to Italy and joined Juventus FC in January 2000, at the age of 19, in a transfer deal worth 4.3 million Pound sterling, a club record sale for Albion.

Despite showcasing a high level of promise in his Juventus career, he was, along with fellow young teammates, loaned out to various clubs. He was loaned to Bologna in October 2000, where he spent the remaining part of the 2000–01 season.

Maresca joined Piacenza in summer 2002 in co-ownershp deal, who bought joint ownership of Maresca. As Piacenza were relegated, Juventus back the 50% registration rightsfrom Piacenza for € 2.6 million.

As a Juventus player, he never really got a chance. He is remembered for the time he scored a goal against Juve's intercity rivals Torino, and celebrated by imitating a bull, the Torino symbol.


Fiorentina signed Maresca along with Fabrizio Miccoli and Giorgio Chiellini for €13 million, which Juventus still holds half of registration rights. Maresca himself was tagged for €2.5 million for joint-ownership.

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