STALL PHASE – As Rosea reports, in the coming weeks Inter and Brescia will re-establish contacts to try to unlock the deal, which is now experiencing a stalemate. These days, Inter have had other priorities, like Hakimi on one side and the ‘defense’ for Lautaro from Barcelona’s attacks. For Tonali, the distance between demand – Cellino always asks for 50 million – and supply, to be narrowed, given that the Nerazzurri evaluate Tonali 30 million plus 5 bonus. Marotta and Ausilio think of a formula at Barella, that is, of a loan with a redemption obligation. Tonali, for his part, made it clear that he preferred Inter to Juventus, another great player, because in Milan he could find more space from the beginning. “This aspect, combined with Conte’s esteem and the club’s willingness to make it a pivot of the future, can make the difference. Tonali has chosen, now it’s up to Inter to find a way to sink the blow, “La Gazzetta says.