Part of Fabio Capello's new England backroom team are reluctant to move themselves from Italy.
But the new Three Lions chief's pals want to snub living in England - and cannot be bothered to learn the lingo.
Capello's No 2 Galbiati, 70, will play a crucial role in getting messages through to the players.
But Galbiati said: "Now I have got to learn English - it will be a real hassle. Maybe I'll leave it to the others."
Fitness guru Neri added: "We will only go to England during the squad get-togethers. We're not dealing with a team with which you have to work on a daily basis.
"At the moment, we will carry on living in Italy.
"We'll see what the FA's opinion is when we go over to sign the final details."
But Baldini, 47, admitted it is crucial to his role to be based in England with Capello.
He said: "I will continue to do my job and for that I have to live in London. I am the man who he places most faith in."