Inter CEO Beppe Marotta said that his ‘great friendship’ with Massimo Cellino, Brescia’s patron, has not been very fruitful in negotiating for Sandro Tonali.
This summer, the Rondinelle starlet was linked to a move to Inter and CEO Marotta reiterated their intention to strike a foreign deal for Italy.
“It’s a young player Inter want to have at our disposal next year,” he told Gianluca Di Marzio. “It’s not only me who likes him, but many Italian experts.”
Marotta acknowledged that the Nerazzurri had not spoken to Bresica about Tonali:
“We haven’t talked to Brescia yet, even if the relationship with Cellino is great.”
Marotta also announced the deal reached by Inter to retain Victor Moses and Alexis Sanchez until the Series A season is over.
“We have reached agreements to have them available at least until the Getafe match [in the Europa League],” he added. “It’s unthinkable that we are expected to play a competition like the Europa League and have players who may not be available.”