Three-time European champions Manchester United have received a big boost on the transfer front.
Manchester United have been linked with young Italian midfielder Sandro Tonali and the latest reports claimed that the Red Devils can get their transfer target for just £40m.
Earlier reports had claimed that Manchester United will have to pay £250m for the Italian who plays for newly promoted Italian Serie A outfit Brescia.
Club owner Massimo Cellino was quoted as saying that the player won’t leave the club for anything less than the aforementioned £250m and the new development is a big boost for Manchester United.
Sandro Tonali has been dubbed the new Andrea Pirlo mainly due to his style of play.
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Andrea Pirlo is an Italian football legend who won the 2006 FIFA World Cup tournament in Germany with his country.
He also played for big Italian clubs like Inter Milan, Juventus and AC Milan.
Sandro Tonali would be hoping to emulate the achievements of the aforementioned Andrea Pirlo.
Manchester United have made an average start to the new Premier League season and are keen to bolster their squad in midfield and in the attack.
Brescia midfielder Sandro Tonali has emerged as a midfield option for Manchester United.