Brescia president Massimo Cellino wants more than what Inter have offered for Sandro Tonali and is hopeful that a bidding war takes place for the youngster’s signature according to a report in today’s print edition of Italian daily newspaper Corriere dello Sport.
Inter have made an offer in the region of €30-35 million for the highly rated Italian national team player and whilst Cellino has agreed to do a deal on a loan with obligation to buy basis, he wants more money.
AC Milan and Juventus have both shown an interest in signing Tonali too and Cellino is hopeful that both clubs or a foreign club try and bump up his price.
Tonali is widely regarded as one of the brightest Italian prospects out there at the moment. The Nerazzurri feel secure that the player appreciates a move to them, having already said OK to a move to the city of Milan.
This season he has made 35 appearances across all competitions to date, in which he has scored one goal and provided seven assists for his teammates.