Chelsea are going to need to pay around €25 million in order to land Sandro Tonalo from Brescia, according to reports in Italy.
It is being claimed that the club’s president will demand €25 million amid increasing interest from the likes of Inter and Juventus.
Controversial owner Massimo Cellino is refusing to lose the player on the cheap, given how highly rated he is in Italy.
Tonali, who is being dubbed as the ‘next Andrea Pirlo’ is emerging as one of Italy’s most in-demand youngsters.
He currently plays his football in Serie B for Brescia, ironically the same club that Pirlo made a name for himself at.
Maurizio Sarri is said to be aware of his talents and is a huge admirer of his.
Reports have claimed that Chelsea will back their new head coach with a €20 million bid for his services.
However, it now appears that the Blues will need to pay a little bit more in order to land the promising Italian youth international.
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