Jorginho, Ciro Immobile & Lorenzo Insigne leave Italy camp amid retirement rumours


Jorginho, Ciro Immobile & Lorenzo Insigne all left Italy’s training camp on Saturday as rumors swirl about the trio’s international futures.

The Chelsea, Lazio, and Napoli boys (soon to be Toronto FC) were widely criticized for the way they played when Italy thrashed North Macedonia on Thursday evening – a defeat that knocked the European champions out of the 2022 World Cup.

As a result of their exposure and backsliding, rumors have begun to circulate in Italy about their future internationally.

The Corriere Dello Sport report added fuel to the speculation on Sunday. The Italian letter states that Jorginho, Immobile, and Insigne were ‘morally degraded’ by the defeat in North Macedonia, and were all given a break from national teamwork by Roberto Mancini – who did not intend to use any of the three players in Italy. coming and friendship with Turkey.

The three are all in their 30s and will not be part of the plans for the next international tournament if Italy enters: Euro 2024.

Although Jorginho and Insigne have been praised for their performances for the national team, especially during Euro 2020, Immobile has been widely criticized for not Mancini.

Potential replacements for Immobile internationally are two Sassuolo players Giacomo Raspadori – who have qualified for the Euro 2020 squad – and Gianluca Scamacca.

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