The superstar returns after three years of retirement; Now at the Argentine Club

Superstar Sani Oswaldo returns to the field after being born in Argentina and playing for the Italian national team. Oswaldo’s return is through the Argentine club Bansfield. The striker’s return is now three years away from playing in 2016.

Oswaldo made his senior debut in 2005 with the Argentine club Huracan. The following year the Italian club arrived in Atlanta. Subsequently, he has played in Italian super clubs such as Leisa, Fiorentina, Bologna, Roma, Inter Milan and Juventus. He has also played for clubs such as Southampton, Porto and Boca Juniors. Oswaldo’s contract was canceled in 2016 after the Boca Juniors broke up with the coach. With this, he retired from the game.

Some Italian clubs have been trying to get him to the stage after announcing his retirement. However, Oswaldo quit after saying he was paying attention to the music. The star has returned to a relationship with Bansfield coach Julio Falcioni. Oswaldo joined the team and began training.

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