Italy coach Marcello Lippi was given a 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ scare as Juventus winger Mauro Camoranesi twisted his knee in training on Tuesday.

The 33-year-old underwent an MRI scan and was diagnosed with a sprained meniscus.

It's nothing serious.

Italy coach Lippi is not worried about Camoranesi's knock.

Lippi, who has delayed naming his final 23-man squad until around 2130 local time (1930 GMT), claimed there was nothing to worry about. "Camoranesi felt a pinch in is knee," he said. "It's nothing serious."

The Argentine-born midfielder is one of nine players who won the FIFA World Cup with Lippi in Germany in 2006 still included in the current 28-man party.