De Rossi, goodbye to Boca and football: is he returning to Rome?

De Rossi, addio al Boca e al calcio: torna alla Roma?

Daniele De Rossi with the Boca Juniors shirt (photo from social networks)

BUENOS AIRES (ARGENTINA) – Daniele De Rossi leaves Boca Juniors and plays football. To say it is the Argentine broadcaster TyC Sports, channel of the group 'Clarin', in its news and on its social networks. The same source points out that today the former Roma captain left the Boca technical center in Ezeiza in civilian clothes, without training.

The broadcaster also said that GDR that "will not continue in the club, for personal reasons" and that at 15.30 Argentina time there will be a press conference by Boca Jrs president Jorge Amor Ameal, in which he will speak about the matter. In Argentina it is also claimed that De Rossi will thunder to Rome with a technical assignment.

Linked from 2001 to 2019 to Roma, of which he is the player with the second highest number of official appearances ever after Francesco Totti, with the Giallorossi he has won two Italian Cups and an Italian Super Cup.

With the Italian national team he graduated world champion in 2006 and won the bronze medal at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, reached the final of the 2012 European championship and third place in the 2013 Confederations Cup, while at youth level he is was European Under-21 champion in 2004.

With 117 appearances he is, in 2017, the fourth Italian player and the first of Roma, with the most appearances in the national team. With 21 goals, he is also the most prolific non-attacking footballer in the post-war national team and the second overall after Adolfo Baloncieri in this particular classification.  

In 2006 he was named best young player by the Italian Footballers Association, while in 2009 he was named best Italian player by him. In 2012 he was included in the ideal formation of the European championship of that year (sources Ansa and Wikipedia).

Source: Blitz Quotidiano

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