Good form led to an international call-up in 1998, after which he signed for the Serie A defending champions Juventus.
A year later he signed for Premier League club Arsenal for £11 million.
Left Roma for Parma in the summer of 2001, signing a four-year deal for €28.4 million. Scored his first goal for Parma in a home over Brescia.
Won the Coppa Italia 2001-02, beating Juventus in the final.
The origins of Japanese horror can be traced to horror and ghost story classics of the Edo period and the Meiji period, which were known as kaidan.
Elements of several of these popular folktales have been worked into the stories of modern films, especially in the traditional nature of the Japanese ghost.
Nakata has also been involved in fashion, regularly attending runway shows and wearing designer clothing.
Nakata announced his retirement at age 29 on July 3, 2006 after a ten-year career that included seven seasons in the Italian Serie A and a season in the English Premier League.
Japanese horror is Japanese horror fiction in popular culture, noted for its unique thematic and conventional treatment of the horror genre in light of western treatments.
Japanese horror tends to focus on psychological horror and tension building (suspense), particularly involving ghosts and poltergeists, while many contain themes of folk religion such as: possession, exorcism, shamanism, precognition, and yōkai.
; born 17 August 1977) is a retired French professional footballer who played as a forward, and the current second assistant manager of the Belgium national team.