Richard Thomas profiles Italy’s World Cup wildcard Federico Bernardeschi, who despite his probable exclusion for Brazil seems set for a bright future.
Richard Thomas says blame lies on both sides of the ongoing civil war at Lazio but that results on the pitch could still ease the pressure on Claudio Lotito.
Sicilian football has seen plenty of change over the past year, as Lorenzo Vicini explains.
Long considered the most naturally gifted Italian forward since Roberto Baggio, Mark Siglioccolo asks if Antonio Cassano can lead Italy at the World Cup.
Could Ciro Immobile have done any more to convince Cesare Prandelli of a place at the World Cup? George Rinaldi doesn’t think so.
Comic relief or deserving deputy? Jeremy Lim thinks Andrea Ranocchia can be more of the latter playing backup for Italy at the World Cup.
Francesco Totti last represented Italy in 2006, but as he continues to shine for Roma, Luca Cetta assesses calls for his return.
Despite being a player of great individual skill, Jeremy Lim asks if Lorenzo Insigne’s difficulties at Napoli are a concern ahead of the World Cup.
Has Thiago Motta’s form of late for Paris Saint-Germain earned him a place at the World Cup? Anthony Alborino believes so.
Is Simone Scuffet a genuine contender to make Cesare Prandelli’s World Cup squad? Luca Persico considers the 17-year-old’s rise.