"I've played a lot of matches at San Siro and I remember almost all of them. Tomorrow will be emotions that I'll have to know how to manage and try to separate from the moment the match starts."
On the fans, Tonali said:
"I don't know, for every fan there would be something different to say. That's football: it catches you off guard. Tomorrow both sets of fans should enjoy the game, which will be beautiful and intense. Losing a derby always has an impact, and I don't know how the players will be able to overcome it, but the opportunity that football gives you with matches so close together is a great help. I talked about everything except football with Pioli, it pleased both of us to meet as friends."
Tonali spoke about his recent injury:
"I rested and recovered, so tomorrow everything should go for the best. I wanted to be there first and foremost against Ukraine, but I couldn't because of the test results. It's good that I can play tomorrow, but it's a shame I missed those two previous ones."
About Zlatan Ibrahimovic's presence at Milanello, Tonali said:
"Zlatan, even though he's no longer part of the team, is a reference point for those who lived through the past years with him. He will have certainly brought positive energy because he's a person who doesn't bring negativity."