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He debuted professionally for Cesena in 2004 after coming up through the club's youth set-up.
Cesena was relegated to the Lega Pro Prima Divisione in 2008, when Giaccherini returned and was partnered with Simone Motta in attack. Cesena came top of the Prima Divisione in June 2009. Due to their good defensive record Cesena finished as runner-up in the 2009–10 Serie B season and was therefore promoted to Serie A, where Giaccherini was partnered with Guilherme do Prado, Dominique Malonga, Ezequiel Schelotto and Cristian Bucchi in attack, none of whom managed to hit double figures.
In August 2010 Cesena offered a new contract to Giaccherini as his current contract was due to expire in 2012.
On 25 August 2011, Giaccherini officially transferred to Juventus on a €3 million co-ownership with Cesena retaining 50% of his contract. He made his competitive debut for Juventus against Parma. On 8 December 2011, he scored his first goal for the Bianconeri, an angled solo effort in a 2–1 win over Bologna in the Coppa Italia. He scored his first Serie A goal for the club on 21 January 2012, scoring the second in a 2–0 victory over Atalanta on a volley from Luca Marrone. Three days later he scored the first goal in Juventus's 3–0 Coppa Italia victory against Roma. Due to injuries and suspensions to first choice centre midfielders Claudio Marchisio and Arturo Vidal, Conte has played him in a more central role. Juventus won the Serie A title unbeaten that season and reached the final of the Coppa Italia, losing to Napoli.
In June 2012 Juventus bought him outright for €4.25 million, in a deal that would keep him tied to the club until June 2015. Juventus won the Supercoppa Italiana against Napoli and retained the Serie A title during the 2012–13 season. They also reached the semi-finals of the Coppa Italia and the Quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League, losing, in both competitions, to the respective winners, Lazio and Bayern Munich.
On 11 July 2013, Juventus manager Antonio Conte confirmed the sale of Giaccherini to English club Sunderland, in order to raise funds.
Sunderland confirmed the signing of Giaccherini on 16 July 2013, on a four-year contract after joining up with his new team during their pre-season training camp near Lake Garda.
He made his debut on 17 August, in a 1–0 defeat at home to Fulham. In his second match of the campaign, he scored a headed goal as Sunderland drew 1–1 away to Southampton on 24 August. His first cup goal came on 24 September 2013 in a 2–0 League Cup win against Peterborough. His second league goal, came in the following game at home to Liverpool, on 29 September 2013. He was the first to react as Simon Mignolet spilled a Ki Sung-yueng shot, and finished from six yards. On 22 February 2014 Giaccherini scored his fourth goal from a 25-yard shot in a 4–1 loss against Arsenal.
Giaccherini opened the scoring after only 19 seconds of Italy's pre-Confederations Cup friendly against Haiti in Rio de Janeiro on 11 June 2013, played to raise funds for victims of the 2010 Haiti earthquake. The goal was the fastest in Italy's history, one second quicker than Salvatore Bagni's goal against Mexico in 1984.
Giaccherini appeared as a 77th-minute substitute for Lee Cattermole in the League Cup Final on 2 March, but was unable to prevent Sunderland losing 3–1 to Manchester City. On 17 April, Giaccherini came on as a substitute with Sunderland trailing 1–0 in the league at the City of Manchester Stadium, and assisted both of Connor Wickham's goals as Sunderland went on to draw 2–2. He scored his fifth goal of the season, and fourth in the league, on 27 April 2014, when he scored the third goal in Sunderland's 4–0 win against Cardiff City, a result which saw Sunderland move out of the relegation zone.
Giaccherini chose to remain at Sunderland for the 2014–15 season, despite missing out on a place in Italy's squad at the 2014 FIFA World Cup. However, he suffered an injury in a pre-season match with Real Betis which ruled him out of the start of the season. He then suffered an ankle injury in a 0–0 draw at Burnley in September, ruling him out for several more weeks. After suffering another ankle injury in February in a 3–1 FA Cup win at Fulham, Giaccherini was ruled out for the rest of the season. On 24 May 2015, Giaccherini made his comeback on the last day of the season when he came off the bench for the last fifteen minutes in a 1–3 away defeat to Chelsea.
On 31 August 2015, Giaccherini returned to Italy, joining newly promoted Serie A side Bologna on a season long-loan. He suffered yet another injury on 14 September, in a 2–0 away league defeat to Sampdoria, on his debut with the club.
On 16 July 2016, Giaccherini joined Napoli for a reported €1.5 million fee plus bonuses.
On 31 May 2016, Giaccherini was named to Antonio Conte's 23-man Italy squad for UEFA Euro 2016. On 13 June 2016, in Italy's first match of Euro 2016, Giaccherini slotted a goal after a half-pitch pass from Leonardo Bonucci to take the lead against Belgium in an eventual 2–0 victory. He was later named man of the match. In the round of 16 at Stade de France in Paris on 27 June, he assisted Giorgio Chiellini's opening goal in a 2–0 win over defending champions Spain. On 2 July, he converted a penalty in a 6–5 shoot-out defeat to defending World Cup champions Germany in the quarter-finals of the competition.
Emanuele was born in Bibbiena, Italy.
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