Milan were able to get a discount on the permanent signing of Sandro Tonali, who arrived on an initial loan deal from Brescia last summer. However, it meant they had to sacrifice Primavera star Giacomo Olzer.
In order to lower the total amount from €35m to €25m for the signing of Tonali from Brescia, effectively removing the bonuses of the deal, the Rossoneri had to send Olzer the other way. A bold move, considering the 20-year-old’s success recently.
In 18 games for the Primavera side this season, he has scored ten goals and assisted one as well. At first, it was reported that Milan would have a buy-back clause but Calciomercato.com are now claiming that it’s just a % on a future resale.
Of course, depending on how high the % is, the Rossoneri could sign Olzer for a discounted price if they really want him back. That being said, for now anyway, the youngster was sacrificed to lower the price tag of Tonali.
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That is not a bad thing, he is 20, and his best season was in Primavera, not even division 2, Milan need to.
Sell Romagnoli, he was captain, he would never settle for being a second fiddle. Bring in Gabbia back, he was improving this past season.
Buy De Paul or any attacking midfielder better than the Turkish guy who has Pioli wrapped around his hand. Bribg back Diaz with more starting minutes. Play Hauge through the right, you never know? also. The kid has a work rate of a Horse.
Keep Pobega, and tonali.
Sign Scammaca. And Giroud, as a back up. Who i think is the best play in striker in the world.
Ibra for moral support
Sell leao and Leave dalot for Man utd..
One more thing, krunic,castillejo . Kick them out, even pioli loves them much…..
i am very angry at milam y keeping krunic and putting hauge on the market