Alessandro Florenzi has completed a permanent exit from Roma for the first time in his career, becoming an AC Milan player for good.
Rome-born Florenzi had spent his entire career owned by his hometown club, for whom he made 280 appearances and scored 28 goals. However, he fell out of favour in recent years and has endured loan spells with Valencia, PSG and AC Milan.
After winning the Scudetto with the latter last season, his move there became permanent yesterday on a deal until 2025.
The 31-year-old, who also spent time on loan with Crotone in his formative years, is therefore no longer under contract to Roma for the first time in his professional career.
A full Italy international, Florenzi will leave behind him a few good memories in Roma colours, such as his overhead kick goal against Genoa in 2015, a goal from the halfway line against Barcelona the same year, and a volley against Lazio in 2016.
But things took a turn for the worse for him after a couple of ACL injuries, and even though he went on to become club captain, his departures from the club have been somewhat strange. Now, he has completed his final one.