Stefano Sturaro is set to embark on a new journey with Serie C club Catania, according to an official statement released by the club.
“Catania Football Club is pleased to announce the definitive acquisition of midfielder Stefano Sturaro. Born in Sanremo (Imperia) on 9 March 1993, Sturaro, who represented Italy in the 2016 European Championships, boasts an exceptional track record. His accolades include four Serie A titles, four Coppa Italia trophies and one Supercoppa Italiana, all won with Juventus. In the Bianconeri shirt, he also participated in 17 Champions League games, scoring a goal against Bayern Munich.”
The statement from Catania Football Club also shed light on Sturaro’s early years, stating, “After a stint in Modena’s Serie B squad, Sturaro returned to don the shirt of Genoa where he started his youth career and won the Supercoppa Primavera. Sturaro made his Serie A debut for the Ligurian team in 2013 and also achieved a promotion from Serie B last season. Overall, Sturaro has made 155 appearances in Italian football, scoring six goals and providing eight assists.”
Besides his achievements in Italy, Sturaro has also played in top-flight Turkish football with Karagümrük. The newly signed Catania player has agreed to a contract that extends to 30 June 2026.