The Italian national team led by Roberto Mancini won the European Championship less than a week ago in the final against England, kicking off a party that crossed the whole country, and culminated with the parade on the open bus through the streets of Rome. . A joy for all the Italian people, who have returned to rejoice after winning the 2006 World Cup but especially after the last few years that saw the national team excluded from the last World Cup. A great achievement for the team coached by Roberto Mancini, who was able to complete a great feat, creating a great union within the team.
One of the absolute protagonists of the European Championship was the Juventus footballer Federico Chiesa, who played an over-the-top competition with the Azzurra shirt, which also raised its market value, with Juventus being careful not to reject the offers from Chelsea and Bayern Munich, respectively of 100 and 70 million. A player who next year, with Massimiliano Allegri, will continue his growth, becoming a cornerstone of the Juventus team.
The European however consecrated Federico Chiesa also at the national level, with the fans of all the teams who seem to have recognized the player’s talent. As a demonstration of this, in the alleys of Trastevere in Rome, a mural has appeared that portrays the Juventus footballer kneeling on a map of Europe with the Blue shirt on and with the European trophy in one hand, and the tricolor in the the other, with the words “Football is our game” in the center. A great tribute from the artist Harry Greb to the Juventus footballer, who is ready to return to Turin, after a well-deserved vacation, to conquer Massimiliano Allegri, who already has a place ready for him in his chessboard in sight next season.
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