CM: Milan have clear stance on future of Tonali and €15m clause – the figures

By Isak Möller -

Sandro Tonali has improved lately after what was an average start to his Milan adventure, perhaps a bit affected by the high expectations. The Rossoneri are very happy with him and the plan is clear, a report claims. 

The midfielder was brought in on a paid one-year loan ahead of this season, with Milan paying €10m for the loan (payable over two years). The buy-out clause is set at €15m and there is also an additional €10m in bonuses. €35m in total, therefore.

According to Calciomercato.com, Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara have no doubts about the €15m fee and will pay it at the end of the season. They are very happy with his growth as of late and believe he can become a crucial player.

With Ismael Bennacer back at Stefano Pioli’s disposal, Tonali might have to fight a bit harder to earn a starting spot. However, the final ten games will be very demanding and the manager will need all the help he can get.

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