A look at the best in Italy’s top division and the best players from each club in the Serie A. 1 / 11 1.
Juventus: Gianluigi Buffon, 21 Juventus is not the biggest club in Italy, but it is one of the most ambitious and well-run, and has been rewarded with an astonishingly strong squad.
The Bianconeri have won all four Serie A titles, the Coppa Italia and Coppa División, and the Cozzone.
Their record of 22 consecutive domestic and European titles is a club record.
The club has been on a spending spree in recent years, with new stadiums built in recent seasons, the signing of Neymar and Cristiano Ronaldo, and a new academy, where many of the club’s youngsters are playing for first team teams.
Their best players are Juventus captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic and midfielder Paul Pogba.
Juventus is also known for its young, energetic players.
Coach Antonio Conte has said the squad is “strong, experienced, fast, strong in the air, a very special team”.
His players will play for a team that has a lot of quality, but also the potential to crumble.
The new stadium has already been used by Inter, and in May, Juventus beat the top two teams in the league in Inter Milan and Roma.
Conte’s team is the best and they are the best team in Italy.
They are also one of Serie A’s best teams.
It would be nice to see Buffon in the team.
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Lazio: Mauro Icardi, 22 Lazio has a great history in Serie B, having won five consecutive titles from 2004 to 2016.
In recent years it has been a team on the rise, winning the Champions League last season and being the league’s top scorer last season with 27 goals.
Lazo have had success in the last couple of seasons with new signings, with star player Alessandro Del Piero signing from Udinese in 2016 and Gianluki Lascelles joining the club last year.
The team has also been busy with players like Alessandro Florenzi, Stefano Mauri and Giorgio Chiellini, who is on loan from Juventus.
The squad is led by Gianluzzi Pasqualini, one of Italy’s most prolific strikers, and he is a player that can score goals for Lazio.
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Napoli: Mario Mandzukic, 23 Mandzuka has been Napoli’s main player since the age of 11, making his debut in the 2004-05 season and winning the Serie B title with the Turin giants in 2006.
He has been part of their treble-winning team five times, scoring seven goals in Serie C and the 2009 Champions League final.
He joined Napoli in 2013, where he made an immediate impact with 12 goals and 14 assists in 22 league games.
He was signed by former Napoli boss Paolo Maldini, and his goals helped them reach the final of the Champions league, which they lost to Juventus.
Mandzukić was named the player of the year in the 2014/15 season, but has yet to win the title.
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Lazios: Daniele De Rossi, 24 Lazio have won their last five league games and the last two competitions, as well as the Europa League, but are not without problems this season.
They have lost their last seven league games, and lost the last six Serie A games.
They haven’t been as strong as last season, losing two of their last three games.
Lazioni have also lost their best players, and are also without the services of their captain Alessandro Diamanti.
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Genoa: Giorgios Karagounis, 22 The most expensive player in Italy in 2016, Karagouns is a big, powerful player who is one the best defenders in the world.
The 24-year-old has made more appearances for Genoa than any other player in Serie E. The Italian champions finished third in the table in 2016/17, but will now be looking to improve on that.
Karagoulis has made just five Serie A appearances for the Giallorossi this season, scoring one goal and assisting on another.
He is a good attacking player and is a threat to goal.
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Lazialis: Alessandro Pellegrini, 24 The Lazialises have had a disappointing 2016/2017 season, finishing second in the standings but losing four of their five league matches.
Pellegriini’s side were knocked out of the Europa league in the second round of the competition, but he is looking to build on that performance, having picked up four assists in the process.
The 28-year.old joined Lazial in 2012, making 26 appearances for them, scoring