Rome: no vaccine for Zaniolo with Italy – Football

(ANSA) – ROME, MAY 03 – Today is vaccine day for the Italian national team that will take part in the European Championship starting with the inaugural match of the Azzurri on 11 June against Turkey. Mancini has drawn up a special enlarged list of 30-35 players who will receive the first dose between Spallanzani in Rome and Humanitas in Milan, but Nicoló Zaniolo is not among them.

The Roma playmaker, thanks to the rehabilitation after rupture of the left cruciate ligament, is not included in this list, giving up the possibility of participating in Euro 2020. The Covid had in January slowed his return to the field and the player is now only waiting for the ‘last ok from Professor Fink (he can arrive in the week) who has operated to be able to return to the field, but with his Rome. In the meantime, on 30 April he had undergone an initial assessment at Villa Stuart which had established how the leg subjected to the operation had recovered the same strength present in the other. Today, however, he worked in Trigoria with the rest of the injured despite the day off granted to the team by Fonseca. (HANDLE).


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