One of the most common questions asked of footballers in Italy is: which teams are worth watching?
There are many different lists of Serie A players, and it’s important to be able to pick out the right ones for each club.
For me, I’ll take the best and most interesting players in the squad and make a top 10 list.
If you want to see what I’m talking about, here’s a list from The Independent that will make it easy to find out: 1.
Lazio: The Bianconeri have one of the best squads in the league, with four of the six best players in Serie A. They are currently fifth in the table and are looking for their fourth consecutive Serie A title.
Their captain Domenico Berardi is a star in his own right, having scored 12 goals and had a brace in the win over Sassuolo.
The Bianconera are also a constant threat on the counter-attack, having won 14 of their last 17 games.
2. Juventus: Juve’s midfield is full of quality and the club is set to challenge for the title again.
Mario Balotelli and Edinson Cavani have been the lynchpin of this team, with the Italian international scoring 18 goals in Serie B this season.
However, the Bianconieri have also been linked with several big names in the transfer market, with Mauricio Pochettino having already shown interest in Lionel Messi, Mario Balotellini and Kevin Gameiro.
Napoli: Napolo are set to play their final home game of the season, having defeated Udinese 5-0 in the final game of their group in Turin on Sunday.
With their recent form, Napoli have been tipped to make the title challenge this season, and their new signing Paulo Dybala has already proven his worth in the Italian top flight.
Bologna: The Bologna of today are a club that have been in Serie E for some time.
After their relegation in 2013-14, they have taken some big steps forward this season with the signings of Stefano Pelle, Giuseppe Rossi, Federico Bernardeschi and Marco Baresi.
It’s a squad that can be a bit of a challenge, but the likes of Diego Milito and Roberto Callejon could prove to be key pieces of their success this season as they look to continue their impressive run in the Serie E. 5. Atalanta: Atali is the second most prolific scorer in Serie F, with a league record 26 goals in the first half of the year.
But this team will be facing competition from Bolognians Milan and Udinese for top spot in the top flight once again this season after beating Villa in the last round of the league.
Torino: Torinos players are still young, but they are already the strongest side in the region.
Toni Kroos is already in the side, having joined on loan from Bayern Munich.
He will be a constant presence in front of goal, as he has scored 12 times in all competitions this season so far.
7. Cagliari: Cacao has become one of Italy’s most coveted players, with him having scored seven goals in 12 appearances this season for the Biancocelesti.
The 22-year-old is one of a number of promising young players that have arrived at the club, with fellow striker Giampiero Ventura also coming through the ranks and Vitaly Churgin also coming through the system.
Parma: Pescara’s squad has been boosted by the arrival of striker Giorgio Chiellini, with new signing Luis Alberto also joining the side.
Milano: Milanos boss, Massimiliano Allegri, has managed to add another player to his squad with the signing of 22- year-old midfielder Fabrizio D’Ambrosio.
D’Ambro’s versatility is something the Rossoneri are lacking this season and he could prove a valuable addition to their attack.
Ajax: Albanese winger Albion’s current number one target, Andres Iniesta, will be back at the Allianz Arena this weekend after being sidelined by injury.
Alberto, who is in his second season with Udinese, is another attacking option that will be available for the Rossonese in the future.
Sampdoria: Sappdoria’s squad is also bolstered by the return of their top scorer in the