AC Milan must soon make a decision regarding the players that they currently have on loan from other clubs, and La Gazzetta dello Sport have analysed each case.
Milan must evaluate five players in view of next season, deciding whether to exercise their option to buy – after having negotiated the price – or to give up on them and send them back. There is no doubt about Sandro Tonali’s stay as he will arrive for €15m after a loan fee of €10m, therefore a €25m investment.
Defender Fikayo Tomori has convinced everyone but the €28.5m needed to sign him from Chelsea is considered high, while the source adds that it would cost €17m to keep Diogo Dalot who is on loan from Manchester Utd.
In addition, it would take approximately €30m to convince Zidane to sell Brahim Diaz, and lastly it is unlikely at the moment that Milan will pay the €8m needed to sign Soualiho Meité on a permanent basis. Five players with futures that need resolving, and to keep them all would cost