Ital-American forward Giuseppe Rossi, who many know due to his spells with Manchester United, Villarreal, Fiorentina and, most recently, Genoa - as well as 30 caps with the Italian national team, has returned to train with Manchester United once again.
New United head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - who played with Rossi during his playing career, has invited the Ital-American forward to train with the club - as he is currently without contract and, at just 31, is not quite at the end of his playing career just yet.
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