Sandro Tonali continues to remain Juve's obsession
- The 18-year-old Brescia talent still a Juventus target
- The president of Brescia, a club Tonali plays for has earlier revealed a price tag for the talented youngster - it is expected to be around € 25 million
- Sarri's Chelsea are understood to be tracking the youngster
- Tonali's mother has earlier said she'd prefer her son to remain in Italy
The 18-year-old wonder kid, who went through the ranks of Brescia academy, just like Juve's legend Andrea Pirlo is believed to still be in the limelight of Juve and Sarri's Chelsea.
Both European giants have a long-term plan to accumulate a large pool of young talents with Tonali being the tidbit for both clubs, despite a large asking price, slapped on the player by Brescia's president, €25m. It is understood that he wants to capitalize on shipping off his prized asset and not going to let Tonali go for cheap.
According to Il Giornale, Maurizio Sarri from Chelsea has also ordered his scouts to watch Sandro Tonali, even though the youngster will not be leaving Italy, with his mother, Mariarosaria Crivellari, claiming the young talent wants to stay on:
“Sandro has always made us understand he’d prefer to stay in Italy,” Mariarosaria Crivellari, Sandro Tonali's mother told Radio Kiss Kiss Napoli earlier, hinting that the player could potentially be joining some Serie A team.