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Marcos Senesi


Defender Marcos Senesi had an excellent first season with AFC Bournemouth after signing for an undisclosed fee from Feyenoord in the summer of 2022.

Born in the north-east Argentine city of Concordia, he began his professional football journey with San Lorenzo.

Senesi progressed to the Primera Division club’s senior side after seven years in Azulgrana’s youth set-up.

Making his debut in September 2016 against Club Atletico Patronato, the centre-back went on to make 70 appearances for San Lorenzo.

His impressive performances for the Argentine side then earned him a move to 15-time Dutch Eredivisie champions Feyenoord.

Over the following three seasons, Senesi went on to become a key player at De Kuip, earning the adoration of supporters and the nickname ‘El Gladiador’.

The centre-half made over 100 appearances for the Rotterdam-based club across domestic and European competitions.

En route to Feyenoord’s UEFA Conference League final defeat at the hands of AS Roma over the 2021/22 term, Senesi made five appearances in qualifying and a further 12 in the competition proper, scoring one goal.

As a result of his impressive form, both Italy’s Roberto Mancini and Argentina’s Lionel Scaloni were impressed by the defender and with him eligible to play for both nations, he received a call-up from both just before the 2022 Finalissima at Wembley Stadium.

Ultimately, he opted for the country he was born in for the fixture which pitted the victors of Euro 2020 and the 2021 Copa America against one another.

He scored nine goals and seven assists in 116 games for Feyenoord, having also captained the side on 11 occasions.



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