Italy coach Roberto Mancini says the team's young players' brilliance has made it difficult for him to prepare a 23-man squad for Euro 2020.
The Italian national team has shone this month despite the absence of several important stars due to the Coronavirus. Roberto Mancini says the brilliance of young Italian stars has made it difficult for him to prepare a 23-man squad for Euro 2020, although he enjoys the situation
Mancini himself missed three Italian matches this month due to a positive corona test and is currently in quarantine. In his absence, Alberico Owani sat on the bench and led Italy to the UEFA Nations League finals with three wins this month, including last night's 2-0 win over Bosnia
"Choosing 23 players for the European Championship is going to be a big problem," Mancini told Rai Sport via webcam.
"It was already going to be difficult before but in the last four months players are coming through and are proving to be excellent. It is always better to have these problems."