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Italy's medical staff insist "everything is under control" regarding forward Mario Balotelli's minor knee problem but he could yet miss Friday's World Cup qualifier against Denmark.
The AC Milan star missed Italy training on Wednesday morning with what has been diagnosed as a left adductor strain.
In-form Roma captain Francesco Totti has not ruled out playing for Italy again.
The 37-year-old has led the Giallorossi to seven wins in as many games in Serie A, and Italy coach Cesare Prandelli has said he may look to call up the forward for next summer's World Cup finals in Brazil.
– Roma legend Francesco Totti speaking to Gazzetta dello Sport.
For the time being I'm thinking only about Roma.
In the spring I will see what my physical condition is and we will decide.
But you can never say never."
Italy coach Cesare Prandelli will try to tempt Francesco Totti out of international retirement if his sensational form continues up to the World Cup finals next summer.
– Italy manager Cesare Prandelli
Totti is in fantastic form. His condition right now does make you reflect.
If the World Cup was around the corner, I would have no doubts and would absolutely call him up.
But we will evaluate the player's condition one month prior to the World Cup.
Italy and Holland became the first European teams to book their places at next summer's World Cup finals.
Italy had to come from behind to seal their place with two games to spare after former Lazio frontman Libor Kozak fired Czech Republic ahead after 19 minutes in Turin.
Giorgio Chellini headed the Azzurri level on 52 minutes, when Petr Cech failed to deal with a corner, before Mario Balotelli stroked home the winning penalty moments later.
Robin van Persie sent Holland through to Brazil with a second-half double in a 2-0 win over Andorra.
After Turkey beat Romania 2-0 in Bucharest earlier in the evening, the Dutch knew victory would be enough to confirm their place in the World Cup finals.
Mario Balotelli has withdrawn from the Italy squad ahead of Wednesday night's friendly meeting with Argentina after suffering a knee injury in training.
The AC Milan striker, who was forced to leave last month's Confederations Cup campaign in Brazil early with a leg injury, will be unable to line up against the South American nation at Rome's Stadio Olimpico in a game organised in deference to recently elected Pope Francis, who is Argentinian.
Mario Balotelli plays the Italian national anthem for Andrea Pirlo on the piano.
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The Italy and Argentina squads will be granted an audience with the Pope at an international friendly at Rome's Stadio Olimpico next month, the Italian Football Federation has confirmed.
Pope Francis - born Jorge Mario Bergoglio - became the first Argentinian pope upon his election in March and the footballing federations of both Italy and his homeland have now agreed to "pay homage" to the pontiff.