Roncaglia

BIOGRAFÍA

Roncaglia

Facundo Sebastian Roncaglia (10 February 1987; Chajari, Argentina) is an experienced defender who can play in both central and wing positions, with the ability to play on both sides. His footballing beginnings took place in Ferrocarril, from where he made the leap to the Boca Juniors youth categories, where he would reach the first team, with which he won two Apertura tournaments and one South American Cup. He had two loan periods, one at Espanyol with whom he would play his first matches in La Liga and another at Estudiantes, with whom he would win another Apertura.

In 2012 he landed at Calcio. His first two seasons in Italy were with Fiorentina and his last one with Genoa. In the 2016/17 season he returned to Spain to play for Celta, the club he has belonged to until today. In the winter market of 2018/19, he was loaned to Valencia, with whom he won the King's Cup, played in the semi-finals of the Europa League and qualified for the Champions League. After that, he moved to Osasuna from the club that had his rights, Celta.

He is a player who stands out for his versatility within the defensive line, as well as for his speed, strength and competitive character.