Cellino: “Tonali is a pure boy. It’s easy to hang out with bad company in Milan.”

Cellino: “Tonali is a pure boy.  It’s easy to hang out with bad company in Milan.”

“Sandro Tonali is a great player, pure, who is working to become one of the best. But Milan is a city where it is easy to mix with bad company. I called him on the August bank holiday and told him to never forget that he was in Newcastle to play football and not to get depressed. He replied that he was proud to play for a great club, that they immediately made him feel important and that they loved him. I’m sure he’s an honest guy with principles.


At Brescia all my players loved him. With his first money, he bought a car for his father, a carpenter, and a house for his mother, a nurse. Is he dishonest? But please. They don’t understand what they’re doing to this boy: if Tonali did these things, I don’t want to think about how many others do it.” So Massimo Cellino, the president of Brescia, gave an interview to an English tabloid. Telegraph.

Source: Tutto Mercato Web

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