Mediaset Sport reports that the Italian national team will be led by Giuseppe Fagundini, the former AC Milan coach.
Fagundi has also managed the national team of Italy’s national soccer team.
The Italian national football team is the only European football team in the competition with its sole foreign player, as Italy has been barred from playing in any of the other competitions.
Italy’s national team is in the second qualifying round of Euro 2016, while the host nation France is in Group A. While the team is not yet playing, Fagunini has said that he is looking forward to taking part in the tournament.
Italia have only one other player from the squad, the goalkeeper Federico Gattuso, who was born in Italy.
This is the first time that Giuseppino has made an appearance in a major tournament.
Fagunina is expected to take on the task of guiding the Italy team to a fifth consecutive major championship.
He was previously a player with Juventus, but has had an unhappy relationship with his former club over the years.
With Italy not yet having played in a World Cup, this will be the first opportunity for the club to showcase the talent of its current players.
After the opening match, the national squad will travel to Austria on the final day of the tournament to play Germany.
At that time, they will then travel to the United States, where they will face Mexico in the quarter-finals.