After declaring his desire to win the Serie A title, Napoli Coach Carlo Ancelotti confirms Alex Meret has recovered and fit enough to feature in their Saturday’s Frosinone match, adding that it “could be his game”.
The young shot-stopper joined the Partenopei in the summer, but injured his arm during his very first training session with Ancelotti’s side.
The 21-year-old is yet to make his debut and could come Saturday.
“We’re a young club with ambitions,” Ancelotti told Tgr Campania via Football Italia.
“My group is young and competitive.
“Frosinone? Chievo was also easy on paper, this will be an important match for us because of the head-to-head match [Juventus-Inter]”
“As for Meret, he’s fine now and Frosinone could be his game.”
Meret was an important player in the Italian U19 national team which took part in the 2016 UEFA European Under-19 Championship.
His team finished as runner-up after losing in the final and he named in the team of the tournament alongside Kylian Mbappé of France.