After a relatively long period of negotiations with Brescia, Milan are ready to close the deal for Sandro Tonali. The Rossoneri have managed to lower the price tag of the promising midfielder after an average 2020721 season.
The buy-out clause was initially set at €15m plus €10m in bonuses, but Calciomercato.com reports that Milan will get a better deal. There have been positive contacts in the last 48 hours and only the final details remain.
Instead of €35m total, the Rossoneri will pay €10m for the buy-out clause, which will take it up to €20m including the €10m already paid for the loan. Primavera star Giacomo Olzer will also be included as a technical counterpart in the deal.
Brescia were keen on the young striker Lorenzo Colombo but he has other options in Serie B, thus inclined to say no to the club anyway. In any case, it’s a boost that Milan managed to reach an agreement for such a discount.