Udinese midfielder Giampiero Pinzi doesn't feel Oriundi should be allowed to play for Italy even if they are Lionel Messi.
Italy boss Cesare Prandelli handed a debut to the Brazilian born Inter midfielder Thiago Motta in a friendly against Germany on Wednesday.
He has also included the likes of Amauri and Cristian Ledesma in previous squads.
"Thiago Motta is a good player, we know that," Pinzi said. "But a national team like Italy which has won the World Cup four times doesn't have to fit in Oriundi.
"I wouldn't even call up Messi. We don't need extra help. I can't explain the reasons behind saying 'no' to Antonio Di Natale. He is the best Italian striker."
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