Report: Milan and Inter handed boost as Juve abandon pursuit of Brescia star Tonali

By Isak Möller -

In addition to the defence, one of Milan’s priority for the transfer window is the midfield, which lacked quality depth this past season. The Rossoneri have now been handed a boost for one of their targets, a report claims. 

According to the reliable Juventus reporter Romeo Agresti, the Bianconeri have no intention of joining the race for Sandro Tonali. The Brescia star has been followed by all the big clubs in Italy, performing at a very high level in a tough position.

Juventus recently announced that Andrea Pirlo is their new manager following the sacking of Maurizio Sarri, and Tonali has often been compared with the midfield legend. However, it seems the two won’t work together in the near future.

Earlier today, SportMediaset reported (via MilanNews) that Milan are pressing strongly for Tonali, hoping to overtake Inter in the race. However, president Massimo Cellino is continuing to ask for €32million plus bonuses to let him go.

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Tags AC Milan Inter Juventus Sandro Tonali

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  1. Paul enes says:

    Milan need player like pirlo in midfield

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