Sandro Tonali’s agent Giuseppe ‘Beppe’ Bozzo has been short and succinct in his praise of him when asked about his client amid ongoing links to moves elsewhere.

The recently turned 20-year-old Brescia midfielder has been heavily linked with moves to both Inter and Juventus and a number of other clubs from abroad have also been linked with Tonali, who is widely regarded as one of the best up and coming Italian talents.

“Tonali is very good, let’s let him speak on the pitch,” Bozzo explained in an interview with Italian newspaper Tuttosport, which appeared in today’s print edition.

Bozzo, who also represents the likes of Juventus’ Federico Bernardeschi and Torino’s Simone Zaza, then went on to discuss how a number of teams are now building their squads with an Italian core with him specifically discussing Juventus and Inter.

“The process on Italianisation of the squad started some time ago,” he continued the interview.

“It’s reflected in the national team that Mancini is cleverly putting together with some interesting young players.

“Juventus have always been very attentive and oriented towards the construction and maintenance of an Italian core.

“Recently, Inter have also been trying such an approach. They have been for some years now and even more so since Marotta’s arrival.”

Bozzo then went on to speak about how he thinks the Coronavirus crisis could impact the upcoming Summer transfer market.

“I believe that the Coronavirus emergency and the creative market that will follow doesn’t necessarily have to be an obstacle for our talents to stay in Italy.”