Name
Claudio Marchisio

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Born
1986 (36 years old)

Birth Place
Turin, Italy

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Centre Midfielder

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1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)

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Claudio Marchisio (born 19 January 1986) is an Italian former professional footballer who played as a midfielder. A product of the Juventus youth system, he spent a large portion of his career at his hometown club, with the exception of a season-long loan spell at Empoli, winning seven consecutive Serie A titles between 2012 and 2018, and four consecutive Coppa Italia titles between 2015 and 2018. He was the club's second vice-captain, behind Giorgio Chiellini, before his contract was terminated in 2018 and subsequently signed with Russian club Zenit Saint Petersburg, where he remained for one season, before retiring from professional football in 2019.

Since making his breakthrough in the 2008–09 season, Marchisio has often been compared to former Juventus and Italian midfielder Marco Tardelli by the Italian press, due to his energy, tenacious style of play, and good reading of the game, as well as his ability to seamlessly switch between offence and defence. A hard-tackling, versatile, and dynamic box-to-box midfielder, with good vision and technique, he is able to play as a defensive midfielder, as a playmaker, or out wide, but his preferred and most effective position is in the centre. Though right-footed, he is also competent with his left, as evidenced by his penchant for attempting a shot or scoring goals from outside the penalty box with both feet, if given the chance.

At international level, Marchisio has represented Italy at the 2008 Summer Olympics, and at the 2010 and 2014 FIFA World Cups; he also took part at UEFA Euro 2012, winning a runners-up medal, and at the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup, where he won a third-place medal. In total, he made 55 appearances for Italy at senior level between 2009 and 2017, scoring five goals.


Career Honours


2018-2019

Juventus


2017-2018

Juventus


2017-2018

Juventus


2016-2017

Juventus


2016-2017

Juventus


2015-2016

Juventus


2015-2016

Juventus


2015

Juventus


2014-2015

Juventus


2014-2015

Juventus


2013-2014

Juventus


2013

Juventus


2012-2013

Juventus


2012

Juventus


2011-2012

Juventus


2006-2007

Juventus

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1993-2005

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2005-2018

2007-2008 (Loan)

2009-2017

2018-2019

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2018-2020

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