The president of Italian Serie B outfit Brescia, Massimo Cellino, has revealed that the club has not received any offers for highly-rated midfielder Sandro Tonalli.
Cellino made this known in a recent interview with popular Italian news outlet Tuttosport and went on to say that the club is not in a hurry to sell their prized asset.
Sandro Tonali has been in sensational form for the Italian Serie B and that has earned him an invitation to the national team setup under the guidance of manager Roberto Mancini.
He has been invited to the Italian national team squad despite the fact that he plays his football in the second-tier.
Sandro Tonali came through the Brescia Academy and he has been likened to Italian football legend Andrea Pirlo who’s also a Brescia Academy graduate.
Retired Italian national team midfielder Pirlo attained legendary status in Italian footballer after he played a major part in the squad that won the 2006 FIFA World Cup tournament in Germany via penalties at the expense of finalists France.
Sandro Tonali, 18, has already been linked with Premier League sides like Manchester United and Chelsea due to series of impressive outings in the colours of Brescia in the new season.