Fabrizio Romano (born February 21, 1993) is a famous Italian football journalist and reporter who came to prominence for his football transfer update.
He is known for his tagline “Here we go!”, which he used in announcing the transfer deal.
He is regarded as one of the most trusted transfer-related pundits when it comes to football. He works as a reporter for the likes of The Guardian and CBS Sports.
Facts About Fabrizio Romano
- Full Name: Fabrizio Romano
- Born: February 21, 1993
- Age: 30 years old (2023)
- Place of Birth: Naples, Italy
- Nationality: Italian
- Partner: N/A
- Occupation: Sport Journalist
- Net Worth: N/A
Early Life & Education
Fabrizio Romano was born on February 21, 1993, in Naples, Italy, where he was raised.
He is Italian by nationality.
He had his tertiary education at the Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan.
Romano started his career as a football transfer journalist at the age of 18 and by the time he was 19 years of age, he had built connections with clubs, and agents all over Europe, while working for Sky Sports Italy.
He works for the likes of CBS Sports, caught offside, and The Guardian as a reporter.
Romano is one of the most trusted sources for football transfer news. His good reputation has made football clubs to let give him the go-ahead to participate in player announcement videos.
He is reliable in terms of transfer updates. He is regarded as the “most trusted transfer-related pundit in the sport” according to 90min.
Romano is not married and has kept details of his relationship private. He also resides in Milan, Italy.
He can speak multiple languages which include: English, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese.