AC Milan have a number of decisions to make regarding their players that are currently on loan until the end of the season, a report claims.
As Calciomercato.it writes, the Rossoneri acquired Fikayo Tomori and Soualiho Meite so they must be added to the list of players with uncertain futures beyond June, as well as Diogo Dalot, Brahim Diaz and Sandro Tonali.
Milan will therefore have the opportunity to evaluate the five aforementioned players in the upcoming few months. For Meite the option to buy is €9m while for Tomori it is set at €28m, meaning €37m would be needed to ensure both stay.
Regarding Dalot, there has been talk of a Milan willing to shell out a figure close to €17m to sign him from Manchester United but in reality no official offer has been made, and for Brahim it depends on the player but if he wants to stay an agreement could be reached at the €20m mark.
It is a different situation for Tonali, signed from Brescia on loan for €10m. For the option to buy another €15m is needed, plus €10m in bonuses. Therefore, if Milan want to keep all five, €99m is needed.