Inter management will take the opportunity to hold talks with Brescia president and owner Massimo Cellino over Sandro Tonali when the two sides meet later on today according to a report in today’s print edition of Italian daily newspaper Tuttosport.
Inter have been courting the highly rated 20-year-old midfielder for some time now and could perhaps edge closer to agreeing a deal by holding talks with Cellino at San Siro this evening.
The Italian national team midfielder is said to be rated at €50 million by Cellino but Inter do not want to pay that much for him and as per various other reports Inter want to do a loan with obligation to buy deal worth €35 million for Tonali.
Tonali, who has drawn links to Juventus among many other clubs too, is widely regarded as one of the best young Italian prospects out there at the moment and has often been compared to legendary Italian midfielder Andrea Pirlo.
This season Tonali has made 26 appearances to date, in which he has scored one goal and provided five assists for his teammates.