Marco Ferrante is an Italian former professional footballer who played as a forward. After spending his youth career with Napoli, Ferrante made his Serie A debut with the club’s senior side against Como on 25 June 1989, winning the 1989–90 Serie A title with the team the following season. He subsequently spend two seasons in Serie B with Reggiana and Pisa, scoring 13 goals during the 1991–92 Serie B season. After returning to Napoli in 1992, he moved to Parma in November on a co-ownership deal. The following season, Napoli sold him to newly promoted Serie A side Piacenza. He spent the next two seasons at Perugia, and Serie B side Salernitana, respectively. Ferrante is most famous for the eight years he spent with Torino, after moving to the club in 1996. With 125 total goals scored for Torino, he is the fifth-highest scorer in the history of the Torinese club behind Guglielmo Gabetto and ahead of Valentino Mazzola. He moved to Catania in 2004, spending half a season with the club before being sold to Bologna, under manager Carlo Mazzone, although he was unable to save the club from relegation to Serie B. He spent his final season in Serie A with Ascoli, scoring 8 goals. He retired at the conclusion of the 2006–07 Serie B season, spending half the season with Pescara, and the rest with Verona, who were relegated to Serie C1 at the end of the season. As of the conclusion of the 2005–06 Serie A season, Ferrante played 172 Serie A games and scored 48 goals. He also played 290 Serie B games and scored 111 goals.