Wilfried Gnonto has already chosen the country he will represent. The young player born in Italy to Ivorian parents preferred the blue tunic to the detriment of the orange one.
The Leeds United striker follows in the footsteps of Moise Keane, the Juventus striker, who also opted for the “Squadra Azzura”.
Trained at Inter, the young prodigy who won the confidence of Italy coach Roberto Mancini, is considered one of the greatest hopes of Italian football.
The 18-year-old striker is yet to make a Premier League appearance, however.
While the Hungary-Italy match will be decisive for reaching the Final Four of the League of Nations, the two coaches have made a change in their composition: Loïc Nego starts with Hungary, Wilfried Gnonto with Italy. https://t.co/IlGZYdImB4 pic.twitter.com/rIhZYiaRmv
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