MATTEO Salvini vowed to revolutionise the European Union in a stern warning to Brussels claiming the "real eurosceptics" of Europe are those who are governing the bloc at the moment.
But the groups, as they are, so far have different approaches on certain issues.
Mr Salvini hopes to make his new group, comprised of 130 seats, the second strongest party in the European Parliament.
In addition, Salvini wants to play a greater role in the co-operation between EU governments, the so-called councils, through new alliances.
Brussels diplomatic circles, therefore, fear Europe could "change for the worse" because of the new power structures after the European elections take place.