Matteo Ardemagni

Matteo Ardemagni

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Matteo Ardemagni (born 26 March 1987 in Milan) is an Italian association football forward currently playing for Atalanta.

A product of Milan's youth team, he has made a few appearances as a substitute for their Serie A team. He was then sent on loan to various Serie C1 teams, namely Perugia, Pizzighettone and Pro Patria, before being ultimately sold to Serie B side Triestina on July 2008 in a co-ownership agreement with the alabardati.

In summer 2009 he left for Cittadella as its flagship striker Riccardo Meggiorini left for Bari (via Internazionale and Genoa), he was the team top-scorer in 2009–10 season with 22 goals.

In June 2010, Cittadella bough him in co-ownership deal, but in July 2010 he was sold to fellow Serie B side Atalanta which recently relegated from Serie A. It was reported that Chievo also made a bid to Triestina but Atalanta agreed a deal with Cittadella. As part of the deal, Cittadella signed Manolo Gabbiadini and Daniele Gasparetto.


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