AC Milan have to resolve the futures of five players who are currently on loan until the end of the season, and some information regarding them has emerged.
This morning’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanPress) takes a look at the situation of Brahim Diaz, Diogo Dalot, Soualiho Meite, Fikayo Tomori and Sandro Tonali, all of whom will not remain beyond June unless Milan choose to sign them permanently.
Regarding Tonali, the permanent signing of the midfielder from Brescia for €15m is almost certain, bearing in mind that a substantial €10m loan fee has already been agreed. For Tomori, the issue is still to be explored because the option of €28m agreed with Chelsea seems too much at the moment.
Regarding Brahim and Dalot, the paper claims that a price tag of €25million has been set for both by Real Madrid and Manchester United respectively. At the moment it is unknown if the Rossoneri management will decide to strike up a negotiation with their two parent clubs. Reflections are also underway on Meite’s €9m option to buy.