In the past few days Inter chief executive Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Marotta has made contact with the representatives of Brescia midfielder Sandro Tonali with regard to a possible Summer transfer window move according to a report from Italian broadcaster Sport Mediaset.

Marotta got in contact with Tonali’s representatives in a bid to reach a general agreement over a transfer before then progressing on to hold talks with Brescia president and owner Massimo Cellino.

Reports have stated that Cellino will not let the 19-year-old Italian national team player to leave the club for anything less than €50 million whilst some reports have stated Inter would like to do a player(s) plus cash deal for the player, who has been often likened to legendary Italian midfielder Andrea Pirlo.

This season Tonali, who has a contract with Brescia until the end of next season, has made 24 appearances across all competitions to date, in which he has scored one goal and provided five assists.