Inter are refusing to give up in their pursuit of Brescia midfielder Sandro Tonali and are studying a plan that will allow them to beat the competition according to a report from Italian news outlet

Inter face competition from Juventus, Paris Saint Germain, Barcelona and AC Milan for the teen sensation, who Brescia president and owner Massimo Cellino will not let go for cheap.

As per the report Inter do not want to spend any more than between €30-35 million on the 19-year-old central midfielder, who is widely regarded as one of the best Italian prospects out there at the moment.

Inter could well offer some players to Brescia as part of a deal for Tonali in order to bring the overall cost of the deal down a bit.

The report goes on to add that for the time being Inter chief executive Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Marotta is prioritising player sales first before focusing on incoming transfers. The more success he has selling players the higher the chance that Tonali ends up at Inter.