The Malta forward had another year on his Serie A club contract
Alexander Satariano and Frosinone have decided to part ways after the Serie A club announced that they have ended the Malta forward’s contract on mutual agreement, on Sunday.
The Malta forward, 21, joined the club in the 2021/2022 season and had put pen to paper on a three-year deal while Frosinone was still in Serie B.
Unfortunately for Satariano, he struggled to leave his mark with the first team and made only a one-minute appearance on Matchday 2 in the first half of that campaign.
In January 2022, Satariano agreed to a loan move to Pergolettese in Serie C but once again he struggled for playing minutes, featuring only in just a single game against Pro Sesto in February.
Last season, Satariano returned to Maltese football where he joined Balzan.
Under the guidance of coach Oliver Spiteri, Satariano scored twice and produced six assists in 28 games in all competitions.
The former St Andrews and Sliema Wanderers player has 28 international caps with three goals.
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