Association football player
|Birth||9 May 1985, Palermo|
Alessandro Borgese (born 9 May 1985) is an Italian footballer who plays for Serie D club Matelica.
Until 2014, Borgese spent most of his professional career in Italian Lega Pro, except in 2010–11 season .
Born in Palermo, Sicily, Borgese joined Vicenza Calcio along with Antonino Bonvissuto in 2003, initially in a loan deal.
In 2005 he left for Ancona in a co-ownership deal, for €250, joining Bonvissuto (loan). In June 2006 Ancona acquired the remain 50% registration rights from Vicenza.
He was sold to Sassuolo in 2007 in another co-ownership deal.
After the team winning Group A of 2007–08 Serie C1 and acquired the remain 50% registration rights from Ancona, Borgese was sold back to Lega Pro Prime Division (ex- Serie C1) in another co-ownership deal.
However he only spent half-season in Monza, which he left for Foligno along with Christian Cesaretti. In June 2009 Monza also acquired the remain half from Sassuolo. However he was transferred to Foligno again in a 1-year contract.
In September 2010 he left for Serie D club Perugia The team won the champion of Group E and promoted back to professional league. In June 2011 his contract was renewed.
Return to Foligno
Serie D career
Since 2014 Borgese was a player of Serie D. Due to the shirking of Lega Pro from two divisions to one division, the amateur level (de facto semi-pro) became the fourth level of Italian football. Borgese joined Matelica circa December 2014. He also renewed his contract in June 2015.