Inter have reached an agreement with Brescia midfielder Sandro Tonali for a four-year contract, according to a report from Italian news outlet Corriere della Sera moments ago.

The report details how the Nerazzurri have offered the 20-year-old Italian midfielder a four-year contract worth €2.5 million net per season, 10 times what he earns now.

The Milanese club must now deal with Brescia president Massimo Cellino to find a suitable price for the deal, although he is asking for €50 million. Inter will use the funds earned from the sale of Mauro Icardi to fund the deal.

The Nerazzurri are fully convinced by the performances of the 20-year-old Italian, the report continues, and his future potential is even more exciting for the Milanese club, who are looking to build a long-term project for the future. The player is able to fill multiple roles in coach Antonio Conte’s tactical system, increasing the former Juventus and Chelsea coach’s options.