Inter transfer market, shot in midfield for the Nerazzurri. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport it is made for Tonali .
Inter would have placed the first big shot of this transfer market session. According to what was written by Vincenzo D'Angelo for La Gazzetta dello Sport, it would be made for Sandro Tonali.
Inter would have rescued him from ample competition by convincing Brescia with an offer of 35 million euros. The Gazzetta also provides information on the formula for the transfer of the boy from Brescia to Milan.
It would be an onerous loan with the obligation of redemption by Inter. Tonali represents a purchase strongly desired by Marotta. For this he was taken regardless of whether Conte was staying in Milan or not.
The other transfer market operation in midfield is strongly linked to the future of Antonio Conte. If the coach were to stay in Milan, the Nerazzurri would also give him Ngolo Kanté.
Otherwise, the French midfielder would not arrive at Inter because Allegri, who is the main suspect for the replacement of Conte, would have the intention of relaunching Eriksen at high levels.
In fact, Conte and Allegri have two very different ideas of football. Conte would be more comfortable with an active midfielder like Kanté, while Allegri dotes on technical midfielders, but perhaps a little slow, like Eriksen (source La Gazzetta dello Sport ).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano