AC Milan will soon transfer the money to Brescia that is needed to make Sandro Tonali’s stay at the club a permanent one, a journalist has reported.
Milan pulled off a statement coup last summer when they landed Tonali from Brescia on a loan with option to buy deal, beating competition from several clubs including their city rivals Inter to secure a midfielder that is very highly thought of and is a boyhood fan of the club.
According to Daniele Longo of Calciomercato.com, Milan will pay Brescia the €15m needed to make Tonali’s loan permanent by June 30, thus making the cost of the deal so far €25m when factoring in the loan fee.
There are also €10m in potential bonuses for the Lombardy club which can be accrued over five years. In the event of qualification for the Champions League, for example, the Rossoneri will have to pay €1m to the Rondinelle.