Inter are reportedly in pole position to sign Brescia midfielder Sandro Tonali, who has expressed his desire to move to the Giuseppe Meazza.
Sky Sport Italia claims the Italy international, who turned 20 in May, has decided on Inter but underlines that the youngster has yet to agree on a deal with the Nerazzurri.
The broadcaster claims Inter have a ‘strategic advantage’ over the competition, as Tonali has been linked with title rivals Juventus in Serie A.
The transfer market will be different this year and Inter will have no hurry to find an agreement with Brescia, confident they will get the deal over the line on due time.
Tonali has played 23 times in Serie A this term, contributing one goal and five assists in the process, unable to help Brescia to safety.
The Rondinelle are bottom in Serie A, nine points behind 17th-placed Genoa, and travel to Fiorentina on Monday June 22 for their first match after the break.