Fittipealdi, who has taken charge of the Italy squad since January, is ready for the task at hand and is confident that he can pull off the move.
The Italian press reported that Fittippaldi would be in charge of training sessions, but he later denied the report.
“We are talking about the possibility of a new team, but not yet.
We are talking of a squad,” Fittittipaldo told the Italian news agency ANSA.
“If the coaches want to change a few things and make it better, we will discuss it and I have always said that this is not an option.
I’m ready for it.
I have never been to England and I am here to help the team.”
Fittipoli said the team would be set up in the coming weeks with a squad composed of a mixture of experienced and emerging talent.
Fettipaldi has been in charge for the last two months and the new squad is expected to have the same composition as last year.
In the past Fittipsini has taken a less combative approach to dealing with the media than he has with the national team.
However, there is still a belief that Fettipisi will be given a fair chance to prove himself.
“We can’t do it alone,” Fettipsini told the ANSA news agency.
“We need to trust the coach, the manager and the players.
There is a good mix of experience and young players and we need to see how they can come together and work together.”