Brescia president and owner Massimo Cellino has zero intention of letting top prospect Sandro Tonali leave the club for anything less than €50 million according to a report from Italian broadcaster Sport Mediaset aired this afternoon.

Brescia are waiting to see if the many clubs to have been linked with making a move for him, including Barcelona, Juventus and Barcelona, will move for him.

Whilst Cellino is adamant that he will not accept a penny less than €50 million, the report goes on to claim that he could be convinced into accepting less if the club are to receive an interesting player or players as part of any deal.

Inter have not been frightened by Brescia’s demands and are at work trying to come up with an offer that could satisfy the needs of Cellino.

Brescia are interested in Inter youngster Sebastiano Esposito but Inter will not allow him to leave the club on a permanent basis given he is one of the most promising youngsters to have come through at the club in many years. Inter could however agree to letting him join La Rondinelle on loan as part of a deal for Tonali.

The report goes on to add that should Brescia be relegated to Serie B, then Tonali’s value could drop.