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Inter Milan midfielder Roberto Gagliardiniis on his way to the training camp of the Italian football team ahead of the upcoming matches this month.
According to Passioneinter, the Inter Milan player would be one of the early birds at the Coverciano training groundof the Italian football squad.

Roberto Gagliardiniis expected to be one of the first 18 players at theItalian football training camp ahead of the upcoming matches against Estonia, Poland and Bosnia.
The Italians will face Estonia in an international friendly on Wednesday, before hosting Poland in the UEFA Nations League on Sunday, November 15.

The third and final international match this month will see the Italian football team travel to Bosnia and Herzegovina in another UEFA Nations League clash billed for Wednesday, November 18.
The Italians are second in their UEFA Nations League group with six points from the four games played. They trail group leaders Poland by one point, while the Netherlands and Bosnia are in third and fourth positions respectively.
Three-time World Cup finalists Netherlands have five points, while bottom team Bosnia and Herzegovina have just two points.
Ahead of the three aforementioned games, Italian football team manager Roberto Mancini has called up 41 players to camp but preparations have been affected by the Coronavirus Pandemic.
Italian Serie A clubs like Lazio, AS Roma, Sassuolo, Inter Milan, Fiorentina and Genoa have all been affected by the pandemic in recent times. They have players self-isolating at the moment due to the Coronavirus cases in their squads.
These teams have representatives in the latest squad announced by former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini earlier this month. In addition, Mancini is also self-isolating in his native city of Rome after he tested positive for Coronavirus.
As things stand, Roberto Mancini might not be available for the upcoming internationals this month.