AC Milan have presented a serious economic proposal to Brescia for midfielder Sandro Tonali and have even put forward an addition incentive.
That is acccording to the latest from La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanLive), who claimed that Milan have made the following offer: an paid loan of €10m with an option to buy set at €25m and a further €3m in bonuses.
Massimo Cellino would like it to be an obligation to buy, but Paolo Maldini has put forward such a high amount for the loan that in fact it represents a first instalment of payment for a player in whom he believes very much for the future.
The Rossoneri technical director is also willing to guarantee a clause that will allow Brescia to collect a percentage of 15% of any future resale.
Tonali is in a hurry to see his future defined and has already said yes to the idea of a move to Milan. If Inter do not move to enforce the agreements reached months ago, then the move to join his boyhood club could be confirmed.