The top four Italian Serie A clubs are expected to hold talks over their Euro 2016 squads this week ahead of the tournament, but there are no concrete plans yet.
According to a report in Tuttosport, Italy’s top four Serie A teams are expected not to field a side at Euro 2016.
The news comes as Tuttocastro reports that Italy’s three top flight teams will not be participating in the tournament.
The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) is expected to announce the squad for Euro 2016 later this week, which will be led by coach Roberto Donadoni and will include a number of players who are not yet included in the national squad.
While Donadonio will be assisted by his assistants, there will be a number players that are yet to be confirmed for the squad.
The only players who have yet to feature for the national side are defender Daniele De Rossi, who will remain with Napoli and winger Giorgio Chiellini is yet to sign a new contract with Lazio.