#sports Italy star Leonardo Bonucci doesn't know Ivan Toney's name and calls England striker the 'new one'

#sports Italy star Leonardo Bonucci doesn’t know Ivan Toney’s name and calls England striker the ‘new one’

#sports activities Italy star Leonardo Bonucci doesn’t know Ivan Toney’s name and calls England striker the ‘new one’

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‘The new one? I watched some movies over these previous few days and he’s very gifted’: Italy stalwart Leonardo Bonucci doesn’t know Ivan Toney’s name however insists he is prepared for potential England debutant

  • Bonucci has made certain he’s nicely ready if Toney makes his debut on Friday
  • Italy defender says he has spent longer in the video evaluation room to arrange
  • Roberto Mancini has hailed England as ‘one among the finest groups in the world’ 

Italy defender Leonardo Bonucci known as Ivan Toney the ‘new one’ after being caught out at a press convention this week.

But the 35-year-old has made certain he’s nicely ready if the England striker makes his debut on Friday evening. 

Bonucci says he has spent longer in the video evaluation room to arrange for a possible first assembly with Toney on the pitch.

Italy defender Leonardo Bonucci (R) has done his homework on England striker Ivan Toney

Italy defender Leonardo Bonucci (R) has completed his homework on England striker Ivan Toney

When requested about the attacking expertise at Southgate’s disposal, Bonucci, 35, told the Sun: ‘With Kane, we have now performed many matches in opposition to one another.

‘I consider he is a superb striker and amongst the finest in the world.

‘And the new one? We will see. I watched some movies about him over these previous few days and he’s very gifted.

‘In England they’ve an awesome benefit as they’ve actual expertise because of the braveness of Premier League golf equipment to make them play.’

England striker Toney (L) could make his England debut in Milan on Friday night

England striker Toney (L) may make his England debut in Milan on Friday evening

Italy boss Roberto Mancini has hailed England are ‘one among the finest groups in the world’ forward of their Nations League match in opposition to Italy regardless of going through the prospect of being relegated in the event that they fail to win in Milan.

Mancini advised football365: ‘I believe England is one among the finest groups in the world. It’s stuffed with expertise, particularly the forwards

‘They have many gamers other than Harry Kane, who’s a unprecedented participant, however the younger gamers round him could make a distinction. So it is going to be a really laborious match for us.’

The two sides performed out a goalless draw at Molineux in June of their first assembly since Italy’s penalty shoot-out win in the Euro 2020 remaining at Wembley.

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