Italy U21 have announced their squad for the upcoming matches against San Marino and Ireland. The head coach, Carmine Nunziata, has selected a group of players for the crucial fixtures.
Sebastiano Desplanches from Palermo, Jacopo Sassi from Pro Vercelli, and Gioele Zacchi from Giana Erminio have been called up as goalkeepers. In defense, the likes of Tommaso Barbieri from Pisa, Riccardo Calafiori from Bologna, and Diego Coppola from Verona have all made the cut.
Carmine Nunziata has also included midfielders such as Tommaso Baldanzi from Empoli, Cesare Casadei from Leicester, and Fabio Miretti from Juventus in his squad. The attack will be led by Giuseppe Ambrosino from Catanzaro, Lorenzo Colombo from Monza, and Francesco Pio Esposito from Spezia.
When asked about the selection, Nunziata stated, “I believe we have a strong squad capable of getting positive results in these upcoming matches. The players have shown great determination and commitment in training, and I have full confidence in their abilities.”
The fixtures will provide an opportunity for Italy’s U21 team to continue building momentum and showcase the talent that exists within the squad. The matches against San Marino and Ireland are scheduled to take place in the coming weeks, with the aim of securing important victories for Italy’s U21 side.