Former Roma, Inter and Juventus striker Dani Osvaldo will reportedly return to football, two years after retiring to focus on rock & roll.
The forward hasn’t played since being released by Boca Juniors in January 2016, and he turned down a move to Chievo that summer to focus on his music.
However, TyC Sports is now reporting that he’ll return to action in the Argentine third division, for Talleres de Rimedios de Escalada.
Osvaldo has been training with the club already, and has taken part in some friendly matches.
He’s expected to be available in March.
Osvaldo was capped 14 times by Italy, qualifying through his great-grandfather, and he scored four goals against Bulgaria, Armenia and Denmark.
He spent most of his career in Serie A, playing for Atalanta, Lecce, Fiorentina, Bologna, Roma, Juventus and Inter.
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