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Federico Bernardeschi and Domenico Berardi are the most promising Italian players of their generation. Both born in 1994, this season will say a lot about the future of their careers.

BERNARDESCHI – One goal in 21 games this term, he showed all his potential against Inter. He can be devastating. Berna gives his best when playing closer to the opponents’ goal, without being tasked with defensive duties. The product of Fiorentina academy will end up in a top European club. He’s been already linked with a move to Juventus, but the Old Lady’s offer was rejected by La Viola last January. Carlo Ancelotti will try to bring him to the Allianz Arena next season. Will he be the heir to Arjen Robben and Frank Ribery’s throne?

BERARDI – Scorer of four goals in 18 games, this is probably his worst season since he's been playing Serie A football. The Sassuolo star scored 16 goals in 29 games two years ago and made it 15 in 32 last term. He’s been having some physical problems this season, served a three-match ban in November and struggling a bit more than usual in front of goal, even from the spot. Let’s be honest, having up and downs it’s something common, especially at his age and this difficult season will probably strengthen his personality. He’s a bright talent whose future club will be in black and white stripes.

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Lorenzo Bettoni (@lorebetto), adapted from an article by Gianluca Minchiotti