According to club proprietor Massimo Cellino, in-demand talent Sandro Tonali won’t depart Brescia as part of a player swap deal.
The 20-year-old midfielder was at Barcelona and PSG’s sights, while the Italian giants Juventus and Inter are also solidly in the chase. Cellino revealed that Tonali is quick to stay in his nation of origin, giving Juve and Inter a lift to their plans to snatch Italy entomb
He noted, in any case, that Brescia was sharp for Tonali ‘s financial remuneration and would lean toward not to obtain any players in exchange.
“There’s been just a couple of calls up until this point, yet nothing after that. After all, that’s happened, it’s hard to consider [the transfer market], yet I trust the lad continues having fun on the field as he did previously. I wouldn’t care to see all these bits of gossip lead to another issue that harms our chances of staying up. Bury and Juve, as have different teams, have told me about him. What’s without a doubt is that the player wants to stay in Italy and we will accommodate him. I don’t care for swap deals. We ‘re not desperate for thatCellino told Gr Parlament.
Tonali, who played a key job in last season’s Series B advancement for Brescia, has again starred at the club notwithstanding his situation at the bottom of Serie A.
In October of last year, he got his first Italian cap against Liechtenstein, and along these lines played twice as much for his national team.
Speaking earlier this month, Cellino revealed Barcelona’s and PSG’s particular enthusiasm for Tonali and also talked about Napoli and Fiorentina offers.
“PSG chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi wants him in Paris, he kept in touch with me today, however, Tonali wouldn’t like to go to France,” Cellino told Corriere Dello Sport.