Internazionale are keen on signing one of the biggest Italian wonderkids this summer: Sandro Tonali. The Brescia midfielder is considered to be one of the future greats of the Serie A and the Nerazzurri are keen on adding the 20-year-old to their squad next season. However, Gazzetta Dello Sport report that negotiations between Inter and Brescia have hit a sticking point.
The report claims that Inter have made a bid in the range of €35m to bring in the midfielder this summer. Meanwhile, Brescia owner Massimo Cellino is holding out for a transfer fee of €50m for Tonali and it appears the club owner is not prepared to lower his demands for the talented midfielder.
Cellino knows his midfielder has attracted the interest of several European teams and hopes to start a bidding war once the summer transfer market has opened its doors. Manchester City, Arsenal, Bayern Munich and Juventus have all been linked with Tonali, who has been compared with Andrea Pirlo in his younger years.