AC Milan have made an offer for Brescia midfielder Sandro Tonali, a report claims, but it appears to have been deemed as insufficient.
La Gazzetta dello Sport reported recently that the Rossoneri management have been working for months to strengthen the midfield department, adding that Tonali is the number one target as every single member of the management are in agreement regarding his potential signing.
A number of outlets have reported that it is Inter who are leading the race for the 20-year-old as they have agreed personal terms and just need to agree a deal with Brescia.
According to a report from La Gazzetta dello Sport on Monday (via Internazionale.fr), with the arrival of Andrea Pirlo as coach of Juventus, everything could change.
Despite positive talks between Inter and Tonali’s entourage, including his agent Beppe Bozzo, no concrete offer from the Nerazzurri has arrived on the desk of Brescia president Massimo Cellino.
That is why Cellino is still holding talks with Juventus and Fabio Paratici. Milan tried to insert themselves into the equation, but their €25m offer was deemed as insufficient.
This is why Juventus can still be considered in contention for Tonali, even though it is very clear that they have to sell first to buy.