Yesterday evening the final summons were announced by the coach Roberto Mancini for the Euro 2020, which will be inaugurated by Italy at the Olympic Stadium on 11 June. Of the 28 pre-called boys initially expected two cuts to permanently close the staff from 26. The cuts made in the end were three, with the reintegration by Giacomo Raspadori of Sassuolo.
THREE OUTSIDE, RASPADORI INSIDE
Coach Mancini, on the other hand, made three cuts in order to recover a new member who was initially excluded, because he was involved in the U21 European Championships: Giacomo Raspadori, Sassuolo striker, was in the pre-call for the friendly match with San Marino but then left the retirement for join the blue of Nicolato. The elimination of Italy Under 21 against Portugal, however, allowed Raspadori to join the group.
PESSINA WILL CONTINUE TO TRAIN WITH THE 26
Of the three cuts made by Mancini (Politano, Mancini, and Pessina) for the Atalanta midfielder hope is not over yet. This is because the regulation provides for the possibility of making any change within one’s squad, especially if the injury of a player called up should occur before the competition even begins.
Here because Pessina will continue to train with the national team in such a way as to be ready for the Europeans should it serve.