Juventus and Inter will reportedly go head-to-head for both Brescia starlet Sandro Tonali and Fiorentina’s Federico Chiesa.
The Nerazzurri’s new CEO, Beppe Marotta, worked with Juve until earlier this season and as such the two clubs may have similar shortlists.
In recent days the two have been battling for Portuguese defender Trincao, but Tuttosport reports that the duel doesn’t end there.
The newspaper believes that both clubs will pursue Tonali, dubbed the new Andrea Pirlo, this summer.
Already an Italian international, Brescia value the midfielder at around €25m.
Marotta made no secret of his admiration for Federico Chiesa during his time in Turin, and Tuttosport believes he’ll also be the subject of interest from both clubs.
Fiorentina would ask for around €60m, but they must sit down with Juve to resolve Marko Pjaca’s future before the end of the season, so informal talks will surely take place.