AC Milan are looking to try and obtain some more favourable conditions for the Sandro Tonali deal, according to a report.
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 for a midfielder that is very highly thought of. He has had a rollercoaster of a first season with the Rossoneri though, often alternating convincing performance with those not so convincing.
According to il Corriere dello Sport (via MilanNews), Milan are aiming to obtain more favourable conditions for the permanent signing of Tonali. The deadline is June 15 to reach an agreement with Brescia because that is when the option to buy expires, so the Rossoneri therefore have another two weeks to convince Cellino.
There is no doubt about the purchase of the midfielder, who has already been reassured in this regard, while what filters from Milan is confidence in a restructuring of the agreement with Brescia.