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Gabbiadini suffers play-off heartache in Milan
Manolo Gabbiadini plays 63 minutes in World Cup play-off in Milan.
Teammates - Manolo Gabbiadini
The Italian takes on our Saints teammates quiz
Gabbiadini chases World Cup spot
Manolo Gabbiadini set for second leg of play-off against Sweden.
Play-offs await for Gabbiadini's Italy
The Azzurri face Sweden tonight in the first leg of the World Cup qualifying play-offs.
SAINTS: Burnley edition now available
Find out what's inside the latest issue of the matchday magazine.
Gabbiadini targeting six points before break
The Italian looks ahead to Sunday's trip to Brighton
Happy for the brace, a good reaction today from all of us, well keep working hard Cmon Saints
Disappointment for Gabbiadini and Italy
Saints striker an unused sub in draw with Macedonia.
Saints quartet set for international action
Find out which Saints players are due to make international appearances today.
Five set for final day of internationals
Another night of important World Cup qualifiers for five Southampton players.
Gabbiadini involved in Spain defeat
Manolo Gabbiadini is a late substitute as Azzurri lose out in Madrid.
Big night of qualifiers ahead
A host of Saints players in international action today.
Very happy for our first win and for the first goal of the season C'mon Saints #SaintsFC #mg20#mtm
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Gabbiadini on target in Italy success
Gabbiadini scores in stoppage time as Italy record 5-0 win against Liechtenstein.
Tadić and Gabbiadini set for qualifying action
Two more Saints ready for international action in FIFA World Cup qualifying.
Gabbiadini and Italy beat Uruguay
Manolo Gabbiadini came off the bench to help Italy beat Uruguay in their latest friendly.
Yoshida and Gabbiadini in action today
Maya Yoshida and Manolo Gabbiadini are both set for international action today.
Italy call for Gabbiadini
Manolo Gabbiadini has been called up for international duty with Italy.
Gabbiadini back in contention for City clash
Claude Puel reveals Manolo Gabbiadini will be back in his squad for the clash against Manchester City.
Davis a doubt for West Brom
Get the latest injury news ahead of Saturday's game.
Puel's pre-Palace injury update
Find out who's on the injury list ahead of Wednesday's game.
SAINTS: Bournemouth edition now available
Manolo Gabbiadini fronts the club's official matchday magazine.
Manolo Gabbiadini Saints HistoryLast updated 18 Jan 2018
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Manolo Gabbiadini BiographyLast updated 09 Aug 2017
Former clubs: Atalanta, Cittadella, Juventus, Bologna, Sampdoria, Napoli
Born in Calcinate, Italy on 26th November 1991, Manolo Gabbiadini has football running through his family.
Older sister Melania is also a forward that represents AGSM Verona in Serie A, winning the Serie A female footballer of the year on numerous occasions as well as being inducted into the Italian Football Hall of Fame.
He began his professional career with Atalanta and made his Serie A debut in 2010, when he came on as a substitute against Parma.
During his time at La Dea, he enjoyed a fruitful loan spell at Cittadella of Serie B, where he went on to score five goals in 27 appearances.
Gabbiadini returned to his parent club Atalanta and went on to make 25 appearances, eight of which were starts, scoring his first Serie A goal in a 2-0 success over Bologna.
A technically gifted forward who is equally adept in any of the forward positions, his burgeoning talents were not going unnoticed and in 2012, Juventus acquired his services in a new co-ownership agreement.
An immediate loan spell to Bologna followed ahead of the 2012/13 campaign. where seven goals in 31 appearances would coincide with a senior international debut.
Having proved to be prolific for Italy Under-21s, he played the second-half of a friendly against England.
Signing for Sampdoria
He then moved to Sampdoria where he scored 15 times in 47 appearances, before a move to Napoli in January 2015.
In November of the same year, he netted his first international goal when he came off the bench to head home Claudio Marchisio’s cross in a 2-2 draw against Romania.
During this time, he played alongside former Saints striker Graziano Pellè with Gli Azzurri, someone who he has since revealed encouraged him to make the move to the South Coast.
He would go on to register 25 goals in 79 appearances for Napoli and will now be hoping to showcase his ability in the Premier League with Southampton.