Alexandru Guzun (born 29 September 1966) is a Moldovan FIFA players' agents, football manager and former footballer who played as defender or midfielder.
During his career Guzun played for several clubs from Moldova, Romania and Ukraine. He played in European cups for three different clubs: Niva, Rapid București and Tiligul Tiraspol. With Rapid, Guzun also played against Inter Milano on San Siro.
Alexandru Guzun also played 22 matches for Moldova national football team, scoring 1 goal, against Germany in a 1–3 loss, on 14 October 2000, in Chișinău.
In 2001 Guzun turned as manager, and in 2004 turned as FIFA players' agent. In 2009 Alexandru Guzun candidated at Moldovan Football Federation presidency, being surclassed by Pavel Cebanu, who was elected for fourth time as president.
|International goals of Alexandru Guzun|
|1||14 October 1998||Stadionul Republican, Chișinău, Moldova||Germany||1–0||1–3||UEFA Euro 2000 qualifying|