San Lorenzo striker Franco Di Santo tasted English football for the first time when he signed for West London giants Chelsea in 2008. The Blues paid around £3.4m to secure his transfer from Chilean club AudaxItaliano. He moved to the Premier League as a hot prospect.


While there have been matches played in competitions like the UEFA Euros and the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers, South American football fans were being treated with some fantastic football in the Copa Libertad ores, the continent's version of the Champions League.


San Lorenzo striker Franco Di Santo is up and running for his new club after he found the back of the net during a recent league game. Franco Di Santo scored one of the goals as San Lorenzo beat Arsenal Sarandi 2-1 at home. It took Franco Di Santo seven appearances to score his first goal for San Lorenzo. The Argentine striker had a slow start at San Lorenzo upon his free transfer move to the club last summer. The 31-year-old forward was injured for the majority of his first few months at the club and he didn't play his first game for the Argentine top flight team until November 2020.


On this day five years ago, Schalke put in one of their best performances in recent years as they defeated Hannover 96 and climbed up the German Bundesliga table. The match was played at the Veltins-Arena and ended 3-1 in favor of Schalke who were very impressive and out in some wonderful performances to maintain their position at the top of the table.<center><img src="https://pbs.twimg.com/media/EXVuJXaU0AAbiU7.jpg" width="500" /></center>
Leroy Sane, who now plays for European Champions Bayern Munich was the player to have the first attempt at goal after receiving a beautiful cross from Johannes Geis and fired a thunderous shot as he looked to score the opening goal but his effort only went wide.


Ex-Chelsea striker Franco Di Santo has revealed the advice that Blues legend Didier Drogbagave him and other Chelsea youngsters while he was at Stamford Bridge. Franco Di Santo talked about Didier Drogba and his time as a Chelsea player in a chat with media outlet Clarin.
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Franco Di Santo told reporters that he has high regard for Didier Drogba after the advice he gave to him and the other Blues youngsters. According to the Argentine striker, Didier Drogba gave them the idea of being a better person than a player.


Argentine striker Franco Di Santo has finally made his first start for new club San Lorenzo in his native Argentina after a long wait.

The 31-year-old has made a slow start to his career at San Lorenzo after injury deprived him of the opportunity to start his career at the club with a bang. Franco Di Santo signed for San Lorenzo on a free transfer in July after leaving Atletico Mineiro in the Brazilian league and he had to wait till November to make his first appearance for his new team due to the aforementioned injury.
Franco Di Santo made his San Lorenzo debut as a substitute for the younger Mariano Peralta at the start of the second half during the league game between hosts San Lorenzo and Argentinos Juniors. Angel Romero scored and assisted a goal as San Lorenzo won 2-0. Mariano Peralta was subbed off again at the start of the second half of the next game to pave the way for Franco Di Santo to make his second appearance in San Lorenzo colours.
His second half introduction didn't do much for San Lorenzo as they played out a goalless draw with hosts Estudiantes. Franco Di Santo made his first start for San Lorenzo when they hosted Aldosivi in a game that ended goalless. The ex-Werder Bremen and Wigan Athletic player was on for the entire duration.



Argentine international Franco Di Santo still has his eyes set on a return to European football.

Di Santo, 31, spent over a decade in European football before he returned to South America in 2019. The striker signed for Brazilian club Atletico Mineiro and went on to score seven goals in 33 appearances for the Serie A outfit in his lone season at the club.

In the latter stages of his career as an Atletico Mineiro player, Franco Di Santo confirmed to reporters that he wants a return to European football.

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San Lorenzo sign former Chelsea striker Franco di Santo

San Lorenzo have announced that they have managed to sign Franco di Santo, who is known for his time with the likes of Chelsea, Werder Bremen, and many top clubs across Europe. However, this will be the first time the Argentine striker gets to experience football in his home country. After coming through the ranks atAudax Italiano,di Santo was signed by Chelsea when he was still a teenager. Immediately after joining the West London outfit, he was loaned out to different clubs like Blackburn where he had decent impact.

Franco di Santo being frozen out by Jorge Sampaoli

Franco di Santo is heading into a problematic situation, as Atletico Mineiro coach Jorge Sampaoli is not keen on bringing him back to training even as football is on the verge of resuming to its normal schedule. The Argentine striker is back in his home continent after signing forAtletico Mineiro.


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