Alexander Satariano has been unveiled as a new player for Italian Serie B side Frosinone Calcio.
As reported by the Times of Malta earlier this month, the Malta striker has agreed terms with the Italian Serie B side on a three-year contract.
As part of his presentation, the former Sliema Wanderers striker sat down for an introductive interview with the club’s media team where he spoke on found he adapted himself to the new surroundings at Frosinone Calcio.
Satariano also spoke on the importance of Malta coach Devis Mangia for his move to Italian football and also on what are his goals with the Serie B side this season.
Satariano has joined Fabio Grosso’s first-team squad for pre-season training in the past three weeks and has already left a very good impression with the Italian side after his prolific form in pre-season friendlies.
In fact, last Saturday, Satariano opened his account at Frosinone as he scored a hat-trick in his club’s 7-0 win over amateur team, Equipe Lazio in a pre-season warm-up.
Then on Wednesday, he maintained his scoring vein when he went one better when scoring four goals in Frosinone’s 25-1 win over Amateur side Trevin el Lazio.