Morgan De Sanctis

Morgan De Sanctis

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Morgan De Sanctis

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Morgan De Sanctis (born 26 March 1977) is an Italian football goalkeeper who currently plays for Serie A club Napoli and the Italian national team.


After a 3-year stint playing for Serie B team Pescara, De Sanctis became a reserve player for the Serie A giants Juventus, playing only three times in two seasons before joining Udinese in 1999 in co-ownership deal, for 0.5 billion Lire (€1,291,142.25) as part of the deal that Juventus signed Marco Zanchi.


After three seasons also as a back-up for Luigi Turci, he finally managed to start in 2002–03 season, eventually being capped for the Italian national team. His contract was renewed on 10 November 2000, 18 October 2003 and 20 September 2005 He played all 6 group stage matches of 2005–06 UEFA Champions League, and reached round of 16 of 2005–06 UEFA Cup.

Sevilla and transfer saga

On 8 June 2007 he unilaterally terminated his contract with Udinese, by mis-using Webster ruling. He signed a 4-year contract with Sevilla FC, worth €1,381,578.94 a...
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