Which Italy players have the most caps?

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It is a difficult question to answer, especially as Italy’s squad is not complete with the squad to qualify for the World Cup.

The list below has been compiled using the current FIFA squad rules.

The official FIFA roster rules are available online here.

But it is difficult to know which players have more caps than others as the list is not exhaustive.

One way to determine how many caps a player has is to count the number of international games he has played, and this can be done for each player.

This is a fairly straightforward calculation, but it also reveals a lot about the players and the way they play football.

Here is the list of the top five players in the squad who have had the most international caps.

It should be noted that these players have not been included in this list due to the fact that they have not had enough international caps to qualify.

#1: Niccolo Villasenor #2: Stefano Sturaro #3: Antonio Cassano #4: Giorgio Chiellini #5: Leonardo Bonucci This is the best of the best and one of the most decorated players in Italian football.

The 36-year-old scored over 20 goals in the last four seasons with Fiorentina, scoring seven times in the process.

He also helped Fiorendina win the Scudetto with a brace in the 2013/14 season.

This season he scored the winner against Udinese, scoring the winner for Juventus in the UEFA Champions League.

#6: Gianluigi Buffon #7: Mario Balotelli #8: Simone Inzaghi #9: Alessandro Del Piero #10: Gennaro Gattuso #11: Cristiano Ronaldo #12: Thiago Silva The last two years of his career he scored a goal or two in each of his first three seasons at Juventus, before he broke his leg and retired for good in 2016.

The Italian captain won two Serie A titles, a Coppa Italia and a Champions League, with Fiio.

The 31-year old is currently a member of the World XI, the squad which includes Argentina’s Lionel Messi, Argentina’s Neymar, Brazil’s Ronaldo and Brazil’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic.

#13: Andrea Pirlo #14: Paulo Dybala #15: Andrea Barzagli The Juventus captain was the most prolific player in the league last season, scoring 19 goals and collecting 12 assists in 32 games.

He was also the second-most productive player in Serie A last season with 11 goals and 11 assists in 30 games.

#16: Gonzalo Higuain #17: David Villa #18: González Sánchez #19: Roberto Baggio The former Juventus midfielder was one of many players who signed a new contract in 2016, after a five-year deal he signed in 2011.

The 29-year york-born midfielder is one of Juventus’s best players in Europe and has been one of Italy’s top goalscorers in recent years.

#20: Paulo Maldini #21: Mario Mandzukic #22: Gervinho #23: Andrea Belotti This season was a tough one for Mandzuka, who missed two months of action with an injury, but still scored 13 goals and had eight assists in 35 games.

The Bosnian international has been linked with a move to Manchester City, but his contract expires in 2022.

He is currently one of five players to have played for England in all competitions last season.

#24: Neymar #25: Diego Costa #26: Leonardo Mancini #27: Gonzàlez Suarez #28: Alessio Romagnoli #29: Luka Modric #30: Edinson Cavani The Brazil international is currently the highest-paid player in world football and is linked with Chelsea, Barcelona and Juventus.

He has scored 16 goals in 30 Serie A games, including a brace against Inter Milan in the Champions League final.

#31: Andrea Cavalli #32: Mauro Icardi #33: Gonzales Costa #34: Gonzolojcic #35: Diego Forlan The Uruguayan midfielder scored 11 goals in 31 league games last season to lead his country to the final of the Copa Libertadores.

He currently has four caps for Argentina and is considered one of Europe’s best goalkeepers.

#36: Nolito #37: Diego Godín #38: Nemanja Nikolic #39: Leonardo Ulloa #40: Roberto Soldado This is one player who has been an important part of the Juventus team for many years, but is currently looking for a new deal at the club.

The 25-year‑old played all 82 games last term and scored 22 goals, helping the Giallorossi reach the Champions Final.

His contract expires at the end of the season, but the Juventus boss is interested in signing him. #41: Xabi