Over the course of the coronavirus lockdown and absence of Serie A, and football in general across the world, our Italians Abroad series has chronicled the journeys of many Italian footballers to have displayed their skills outside the peninsula.
We've taken a look at how Italian exports have fared around Europe, from Spain, England, Germany and France to Switzerland, Portugal and the Netherlands.
Whether through winners medals around their necks, cult status, length of stay or records achieved, success can be extremely difficult to measure, however, as calcio returns we have attempted to list the top 10 Italian exports.
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1. Marco Veratti – Paris Saint-Germain
A controversial choice as No. 1 given the ease in which Paris Saint-Germain amass domestic trophies, however, bigger names have tried and failed to have the success and longevity with the Parisians.
That Verratti took the plunge to move to the French capital before turning 20, also deserves to be commended and the diminutive midfielder will not look over at his haul of 16 major honours believing they would hold more weight if won back in Serie A.
At just 27 years of age, there is still plenty of time to add to that collection, whether that be back in his homeland or another European outpost.