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Antonio Conte is clear: he wants Brescia player, Sandro Tonali, in his Inter midfield. According to 'Tuttosport', the board will grant his wish and will make a financial effort to cope with his transfer.
Alexis Sanchez scored a penalty and set up two goals as Inter Milan thrashed relegation candidates Brescia 6-0 on Wednesday to keep their slim Serie A title hopes alive.
The ex-Milan president, now the owner of Monza, wants to make a great team with former glories to fight for promotion to the Serie A.
Mario Balotelli tried to go to Brescia training on Tuesday morning, but the club turned him away. In the afternoon, the player attended a George Floyd demonstration, as he himself posted on his Instagram account.
The relationship between Mario Balotelli and the Brescia is getting worse by the minute. According to 'AS', the attacker went to the sports city on Tuesday morning to train... and the club banned him from the stadium.
As the cover of 'Quotidiano Sportivo' reads, Sandro Tonali has reportedly already given Inter Milan the go-ahead for their offer for next season and at the expense of the 'Nerazzurri' getting along with Brescia, frustrating Barça's wishes.
Massimo Cellino attacked Mario Balotelli in 'Corriere dello Sport'. It is assumed that the player will leave Brescia and may not even finish the season.
Massimo Cellino, president of the Brescia, confirmed Barcelona's interest in the 'new Pirlo' and recognized that there was even an offer that was rejected.
In comments to 'TMW Radio', Fabio Capello praised Sandro Tonali, the Brescia midfielder who is being looked at by several big clubs: "He has great qualities and he's maturing."
Mario Balotelli's future with Brescia remains uncertain after the Italian club's president said his "mind is no longer" with his hometown club.
Brescia captain Daniele Gastaldello on Monday deemed it "risky" to resume the Serie A season, which has been interrupted since 9 March, and said he would refuse to compete in the afternoon during the summer because of the high temperatures.