Brescia midfielder Sandro Tonali has downplayed the various reports that have linked him with moves to other clubs in the upcoming months.
The teen sensation, who has been likened to Andrea Pirlo by many, is seen as one of the best Italian prospects out there at the moment and he has been linked with moves to Inter and Juventus in particular.
Premier League duo Manchester United and Chelsea also reportedly have an interest in signing Tonali, who is under contract with his current employers until the end of next season.
“I don’t think about it, I don’t care, not now,” he admitted in an interview with Italian newspaper Corriere della Sera.
“I’m interested in finishing the season in the best way possible, because I feel I still have a lot to give to Brescia, who believed in me. Then, we’ll see what happens.”
He then spoke on Brescia’s president Massimo Cellino who has claimed he would not sell the youngster even if an offer of €300 million arrived.
“The president loves me like a son and I love him very much, he always gives me important advice. €300 million is a lot of money but I am always calm, it is one of my qualities.”
This season Tonali has made 24 appearances across all competitions to date. In 2130 minutes on the park, he has scored one goal and he has provided five assists to his teammates.