It’s time to re-evaluate the future of Andrea Pirlo, as he is set to make his debut for Italy against Croatia in Rome on Tuesday night.
The striker was one of the stars of the Euro 2016 campaign, scoring three goals in five appearances and scoring a hat-trick in the final group game against England in Moscow.
Pirlos performances during the tournament led to a transfer to Juventus in July, and he’s already played a key role in Italy’s run to the final.
Piroznic is yet to score in Serie A, but he has featured regularly in Italy squads over the last few seasons and has even been on the bench for the friendly against Slovenia in July.
In his brief time at Juventus, he has scored a goal in each of the last three Serie A fixtures and has played 90 minutes in each one.
Purores goalscoring exploits have also been enough to earn him a move to Napoli, where he has had loan spells with Brescia and Genoa.
If Pirozes goal-scoring continues, he could well be the main man at the centre of Italy’s attack in Rome.
Pregame tip: Piro Zico