Alfred Gomis Biography – Wiki, Country, Occupation, Club, Age
Amigo Alfred Junior Gomis was born on 5 September, 1993 in Ziguinchor, Senegal. He is a Senegalese professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for SPAL and the Senegal national football team.
Amigo moved in Cuneo, Italy with his family soon afterwards. He has two brothers who are also footballers: Lys and Maurice. He is a dual citizen of Italy and Senegal.
Gomis grew up in the Torino youth system, and on 3 July 2013, he was officially loaned to Calabrian club Crotone in Serie B. He made his debut against Spezia, which ended 1–0 for the Rossoblu. Despite his young age and lack of experience, He played as a starter collected 39 appearances, plus one appearance in the playoffs, as well as one in Coppa Italia.
On 11 August 2014, Alfred was officially loaned to Avellino in Serie B with a buyout clause, plus a buyback clause in favour of Torino. He made his official debut with the team on 17 August 2014, during the second round of Coppa Italia, which saw him maintain a clean sheet, the match ending 2–0 for Avellino.
On 30 July 2015, he was loaned to newly relegated Serie B club Cesena with a buyout clause and a buy-back clause in favor of Torino.
On 31 August 2016, he was loaned to Bologna as an emergency signing to replace Antonio Mirante, who was diagnosed with a heart problem. However, Gomis himself was injured soon after his arrival.