Milan are convinced that Sandro Tonali has a great future ahead and the parties will continue together after the initial loan deal. In fact, an agreement has been reached with Brescia to lower the price set last summer.
As reported by Calciomercato.com, the operation was set to cost the Rossoneri a total of €35m, €10m of which have already been paid. The remaining €25m was made up by the €15m redemption and €10m in bonuses.
Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara managed to lower this by sending Giacomo Olzer to Brescia in exchange. The operation will now cost them a total of €25m, effectively removing the initial bonuses set in the deal.
As for Olzer, Milan will have a percentage on a future sale, which is wise considering that the winger is one of the stars of the Primavera side. By Monday, the deal will be finalised and perhaps announced as well.