AC Milan could use Marco Brescianini as a counterpart to try and finally agree a permanent deal for Sandro Tonali, according to a report.
Calciomercato.com writes that at Casa Milan today Maldini and Massara had a meeting with Giuseppe Riso to discuss a number of his clients, but in particular Mattia Caldara and Marco Brescianini. The former will return to to the Rossoneri after an 18-month loan at Atalanta, who have decided not to exercise their €16m option to buy, and he has various clubs interested in Serie A.
Meanwhile, Brescianini will return from his loan at Entella and could become an interesting card to unlock the Tonali situation. Brescianini has a contract with Milan until 2024 (signed before the loan to Liguria) and is a profile particularly appreciated by Brescia, who in the meantime discusses with the Rossoneri the possibility of a discount on Tonaly.
The Primavera midfielder could therefore become one of the cards to find the right solution for all parties involved, more easily than the young striker Lorenzo Colombo for whom Milan have other plans.