AC Milan have made the decision to sign Sandro Tonali on a permanent basis from Brescia this summer, according to a report.
A move to Inter seemed all but sealed for Tonali, but the Nerazzurri’s reluctance and Antonio Conte’s demand for more experience in the middle of the park allowed Milan to act quickly and swoop to seal a deal within 72 hours.
It is widely reported that Milan will sign Tonali on the formula of a €10m loan plus a €15m option to buy and €10m in further bonuses, and a future sell on fee of 15 per cent.
According to what is being reported by Calciomercato.com, Milan have ‘no doubts’ about signing Tonali on a permanent basis and he will be bought out from Brescia. The figures for the operation were set last summer: they started at €10m loan fee (over two years), and now the Rossoneri have to pay another €15m. The operation was devised for a payment over four years.