Samuele Longo Net Worth: Samuele Longo (born 12 January 1992) is an Italian footballer who plays for Spanish club Girona FC, on loan from Internazionale, as a striker.
Samuele Longo made his U20 debut on 31 August 2011 as starting forward, the first match of coach Luigi Di Biagio. Longo scored the opening goal for Italy in the first round of 2011–12 Four Nations. In the next match he substituted Genoa “team-mate” Giacomo Beretta in 65th minute. He also played the next match against Germany as sub for Manuel Fischnaller. In the fourth match Longo was the starting forward again. Rested for the fifth round, Longo returned to the squad as a substitute for Sansone in the sixth round against Germany again, scored another goal.
In April 2012 Longo received his first U21 call-up. Ciro Ferrara made a more experimental squad without some U21 regular. Inter team-mate Faraoni and Juventus player Marrone left the squad before the match as the match was overlapped with mid-week re-scheduled week 33 of Serie A. It made the squad consist of 16 Serie B players and three Serie A players (but from the reserve) Longo, Viviani and De Sciglio, with the latter two received call-up only after the withdrew of the two original Serie A members. Despite a more immature squad, Azzurrini won Scotland 4–1. Longo scored a goal as the substitute of Ciro Immobile. In June 2012 Ferrara dropped 7 players from April squad (19+2), and add 9 new and old players to the squad. Longo, who had to play for the reserve, was dropped along with 3 other forwards.
Longo played 1 game in 2013 U21 Euro qualification (against Liechtenstein 6 September 2012) and 7 games in 2015 U21 Euro qualification. He was included in 27-men preliminary squad for the final tournament. He was dropped on 7 June 2015.
Samuele Longo Net Worth: $3 Million