This week we take a look at the new arrivals in the Italian top flight and their chances of making their debut for the first team.
In other words, we analyse how the Serie A season is shaping up in terms of players’ future potential and whether or not they are ready to play in Serie A this season.
We also look at a few other Serie A questions and whether they have the right mentality and work ethic to fulfil their potential in Italy.1.
When is the first time a newly-minted player can play in a match?
This is the most pressing question in Italy this season, which is why we take this as a very big one.
For every new arrival who enters the game at the beginning of the season, there is always a possibility that he will not be used at all this season (unless, of course, the team has a big summer transfer target or another player comes in).
It’s also important to remember that players who are not playing in the first game of the new season can be included in the starting XI for the next two matches, if the team is winning, and for the final two games.
In the meantime, we’ll also look for the following players to feature in the matchday squads: Juventus striker Giampiero Ventura, Bologna midfielder Marco Verratti, Fiorentina goalkeeper Alessandro Matri, Lazio forward Giorgio Chiellini, Cagliari striker Leonardo Bonucci and Udinese defender Gennaro Gattuso.2.
Is a new signing in the squad?
We will count players who were not used in the last game of a season but who were in the team during the match, as well as those who were either unavailable or who did not play in the previous game.
If there is an extra player in the lineup for a particular match, we will count that player in our table.
If the team wins the match and a new member is not named, we may use the team’s previous XI for that match.
What about those players who have been injured?
We’ll take into account the players who sustained an injury in the week prior to the game and are not included in our calculation, but we will not count those who have yet to return to full fitness.3.
How many new players will be available for the start of the campaign?
The number of new players who will make their debut in the coming months will depend on whether or the team are winning and the team-mate’s fitness.
If we have a clear plan for the squad in advance of the start, we can count the players available for that week, but if not, we have to count all the players we can find.
For example, if Fiorentino had a clear target to get the number of players he needs from the squad up to 25, he would probably be in favour of a 25-man squad.
If he doesn’t want to wait until the last minute to make that decision, then he should count only those players we have identified as fit enough to play.4.
Do new players have the mentality to perform at the highest level?
The idea that new players are not fully developed and ready to go into the starting line-up at the start is an old one.
In recent seasons, players have been able to be promoted from the reserves to the first-team squad with little fuss, but in Italy it’s quite different.
As such, a player who does not feel comfortable at his new club will be in a much more difficult situation this season than a player that has made the step from the reserve to the starting eleven.
The idea of a new squad being a new one will have to be tested over the coming weeks and months.
Who is the best player in Serie B?
It is difficult to decide who is the “best” player in Italy, but the player who has the most influence on his team-mates, on the pitch and on the team overall is Ladurisi Sánchez, who has scored more goals for Fiorendina than any other player in their squad.
Sanchez, in particular, is a player of great ambition and desire who can score a lot of goals, while also being a great leader and an excellent communicator.
We will have another look at Sanchez in the next couple of weeks, but he’s already played well enough to earn a place in the bench, so we will consider him as one of the top five players in the league for the rest of the Serie B season.6.
Will any of these new signings have the potential to make a difference in the final third of the pitch?
It’s not easy to assess the quality of a squad, so there are a lot more variables than just how many new arrivals are in the side.
The more a team plays well, the more the