Why is the Italian press not calling for the transfer of Brescia to Manchester United?

Filippo Mazzilli reports. 

In recent weeks, the Italian media have begun to talk about the possibility of the transfer or sale of Bologna to Manchester City.

It is not the first time that the topic has come up, as we reported in October when Brescians sporting director and current Manchester United coach David Moyes said that the team would “never” sell Bolognesi.

This team has won the Champions League, the Europa League, a lot of silverware and now the FA Cup.””

There is a feeling among the fans that we are a club with the best players in the world and a coach who is one of the greatest.”

This team has won the Champions League, the Europa League, a lot of silverware and now the FA Cup.

“However, with only seven points from nine matches, Bresce is struggling to find the form that made it one of Serie A’s most promising sides a decade ago. 

The Bolognas were the only side in Serie A to finish in the top half of the table at the end of the season.

We had the option of doing some experiments, like using artificial intelligence and other tools. “

When we had a good season last year, we were able to access the data and analyse the games, so we had the chance to do things differently this time around,” Bresconi told Sky Sport Italia last week.

“We had the option of doing some experiments, like using artificial intelligence and other tools. 

However, this time we have the luxury of being able to analyse the data, analyse how we can improve the team and, more importantly, analyse the players.”

If we were to go back to a situation where we had to make changes, we would have to do it in a different way. 

I think we have a chance to make it better.

“But even if the transfer does not happen, the Bresciano will be at the centre of a battle to find a replacement for the injured Andrea Ranocchia, who is expected to miss the rest of the campaign with a knee injury. 

Brescia have been the subject of a number of speculation over the past few weeks, with speculation that the club are eyeing the return of former Italy international Mauro Icardi, who spent five years with the Bianconeri before joining City in 2015. 

According to Sky Sports’ Gazzetta dello Sport, Bologno have offered to sell Icarda to the Premier League club for £50m, which would bring in around £7m for the club. 

A number of Serie B clubs are looking to bring in a player who has already spent more than a year at Bresca.

Bresco’s manager Stefano Carlini is known for his hard work, and it is believed that City are one of those clubs. 

Carlini, however, has also reportedly expressed an interest in Bresciala, a player the Boca Juniors player is reported to have offered £4m for. 

Mazzilli is the latest Sportsmail columnist to report on the transfer.