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Milan, Inter, Napoli and Juventus race for Italian wonderkid
06/01/2019, 17:00
According to what has been reported by Il Giornale, it is a four horse race for Brescia's Italian wonderkid Sandro Tonali. The youngster, who has been dubbed the next Pirlo by the Italian press, earned his first call-up to Roberto Mancini's Italy side a few months ago and has since dominated the press with reports of him moving clubs.

Il Giornale are reporting that AC Milan, Inter Milan, Napoli and Juventus are the clubs interested in Tonali; with all four clubs viewed as worthy destinations for the youngster. Earlier reports indicated interested from abroad, with Chelsea and Maurizio Sarri said to have been interested in the youngster. However, it appears as though the Italian has been warned against the dangers of moving abroad and will therefore stay and play in Italy.  For more news, views and features, visit our homepage.
 

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