Franco Di Santo Schalke
Profile of the Argentinian footballer Franco Di Santo, who currently plays as a forward at Schalke. The 27-year old player Santo joined Schalke from and wears the number 9 shirt.
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Franco Di Santo : Schalke News
bundesligafanatic.com 10 days ago
“Schalke’s main summer business came by way of a 27.5m Euro the native of Yaounde could be primed for a big breakout campaign.”
outsideoftheboot.com 15 days ago
“Schalke eye Liverpool and Everton target Sardar Azmoun Sportal believe Markus Weinzierl is targeting the winger with Franco Di Santo not looking convincing and Klaas-Jan Huntelaar edging past his peak and that Azmoun could add some danger to the”
MSN 17 days ago
“The Iranian youngster could bring fresh air to Schalke’s offensive power. Klaas-Jan Huntelaar is nearing the end of his career while Franco Di Santo has not meet the expectations. Azmoun could increase the pressure on both of them.”
Tehran Times 17 days ago
“The game was one of a few between German and Italian sides on Thursday. Goals from Franco Di Santo and Bernhard Tekpetey bookended Schalke's 2-1 win over Bologna, either side of Franco Brienza goal for the Serie A club.”
espnfc.com 22 days ago
“The Chelsea ace set up two chances for Schalke but their strikers failed to convert them. Argentina forward Franco Di Santo opened the scoring for the German side before Bologna equalised.”
Modern Ghana 22 days ago
“Schalke finished fifth in the German top flight last season and have a former Chelsea striker Franco Di Santo in their squad. Baba will be reunited with his former Augsburg manager Markus Weinzierl who took charge of Schalke earlier this summer.”
The Guardian 24 days ago
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