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03/12/2018 - 13:58 GMT

Inter Continue Scouting of Chelsea Target

 




Inter conducted more scouting of Chelsea target Sandro Tonali on Sunday as Brescia beat Livorno at home.

The 18-year-old midfielder is considered Italy’s next big hope and his performances in Serie B have been enough to earn a call-up to the Azzurri senior squad.




All the bigwigs in Italy – Inter, Juventus, Roma and AC Milan – have been keeping a close eye on him and are keen to snare him away from Brescia next summer.

Tonali has also attracted the interest of clubs in Europe and Maurizio Sarri is interested in taking his young compatriot to Chelsea.

 


Every Brescia game is now attracting scouts from across Europe and according to Italian outlet FcInterNews.it, more emissaries from Inter were present as Tonali’s team beat Livorno on Sunday.

Inter have been aggressively pursuing the youngster’s signing and are making sure they are regularly watching the midfield prodigy in action.


The Nerazzurri are also reportedly keen to agree on a deal for Tonali in January and leave him out on loan at Brescia for the rest of the season.

Brescia supremo Massimo Cellino has other plans and wants to wait until the summer to start an auction for the youngster.