Italy national team have officially appointed Roberto Mancini as their new boss and the former Manchester City tactician is very delighted with the opportunity and already eager in starting his new role with Gli Azzurri.
Making his early planning, Mancini stated to the media his idea of finally recalling Mario Balotelli back into the national team, saying that the controversial forward is definitely being considered for call up.
Although the 53-year-old still not making that decision as a sure thing, but he promised to have some chat with Balotelli since despite his controversy, the former Inter and AC Milan star do possessed exciting talent.
Mancini added that he really wish to see the 27-year-old attacker return his form for the national team just like what he did during Euro 2012.
Failing to qualify for World Cup 2018 in Russia, Azzurri’s upcoming games will just be nothing more than international friendly games for the new boss to implement his plan, ideas and maybe even picking some names who will be his main players for the Italian national team.
Aside from sharing his plan to call up Balotelli, Mancini also discussed the possibility of giving some kind of role for Andrea Pirlo, as the legendary midfielder recently stated his wish of working for Azzurri.
Not only that, the tactician is also keen on discussing the future of two veterans, Gianluigi Buffon and Daniele De Rossi with the national team.