Has Piano retired from Nt?
I don't think there was any declaration besides Colaci or Juantorena, but also I don't think there's any point of playing at ECH with Piano or Vettori. Probably an opposite is the only position where De Giorgi can return to some experienced players next year if Pinali or Romano underperform, and that's likely even though Romano was good against Belgium (Pinali got hurt a bit, but I don't think it was serious).
Although it's not a solution, because Italy needs to find decent OPP long-term, Michieletto will be special and Lavia can be good, so they're fine on OH position, they have Galassi on middle and amazing depth with setters, Balaso is world-class libero as well. I wouldn't be suprised if Michieletto gets switched to OPP after some time, so these talented OHs (Rinaldi, Porro, MAYBE Bottolo, Recine or Orioli) will get a shot, but it's not a given. Romano was playing really well against Belgium, but he's a 24yo guy from Serie A2, Pinali was mediocre in Ravenna, although showed some flashes of decency in VNL.