Pep Guardiola to watch €35m Chelsea target during int’l break

Man City manager Pep Guardiola will go to Milan this end of the week to scout the new Andrea Pirlo – Brescia midfielder Sandro Tonali, as indicated by a report. 

La Gazzetta dello Sport report that a City scout was available on Sunday at Rigamonti Stadium to watch the 18-year-old midfielder score in Brescia's 4-2 prevail upon Verona in Serie B.

Tonali pounded home from 30 yards in the wake of grabbing a short free-kick and furthermore made a fine aid an execution that more likely than not awed watching scouts. To such an extent that Guardiola is relied upon to make a keep an eye on Tonali on Saturday in Italy's amusement against Portugal or on the other hand against USA in Genk next Tuesday.

Chelsea, Inter, Juventus and Roma are likewise accepted to watch the since a long time ago haired midfielder, who has been compared to Italian maestro Pirlo.

The playmaker was needed by long haul admirer Maurizio Sarri a year back when he was Napoli supervisor. What's more, a month ago The Sun guaranteed Chelsea will make an offer of £20million in January to avert enthusiasm from the Italian monsters.

Brescia mentor Roberto Boscaglia said as of late: "Tonali will turn into an incredible player. I would prefer not to make any examinations yet in the amusement's elements he has got something extraordinary, as Pirlo."

Tonali has won his first call up to the 27-man Azzurri squad after Roberto Mancini recognized his advancement, regardless of playing in Italy's second level.

Il Mattino announced as of late that Brescia had educated Napoli president Aurelio De Laurentiis that it would cost €35m to sign Tonali.

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