Davide Cordone’s biography, net worth, fact, career, awards and life story

Intro Italian footballer
Is Athlete 
Football player 
Association football player 
From Italy 
Type Sports 
Gender male
Birth 17 September 1971, Varese
Age: 48 years

Davide Cordone (born 17 August 1971) is a former Italian footballer.


Cordone started his career at Pro Patria, at that time at Serie D. He played a season for Casale, then left for Livorno where he played 5 seasons. He won promotion playoffs to Serie C1 in 1997. In 1998, he joined A.C. Milan but loaned to Serie B side Monza. He was one of the player that swapped between Inter & Milan with inflated nominal transfer fees, made the club gained “false profit” in 2000s (decade).

In 1999, he swapped with Fabio Di Sauro, made Milan gained €4.7million, but in terms of Di Sauro’s registration rights. He was loaned to Serie B side Ternana then Catania. He remained for Catania for 3 seasons, which he won promotion to Serie B in 2002, along with Marco Bonura, another player bought by Inter with inflated nominal value.

In summer 2003, he joined Serie B side Genoa. He then played 1½ seasons for Serie C2 side Ivrea, and last played for Serie B struggler Catanzaro which he joined in January 2006.