With qualification for the next edition of the Champions League secured, the Milan management are beginning to plan for next season.
This morning’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews) writes that the permanent signing of Fikayo Tomori and Sandro Tonali is a priority for Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara, as is the situation regarding Brahim Diaz.
Fikayo Tomori: The English defender has earned his permanent stay on the pitch and the management are all convinced to buy him. To get him outright from Chelsea, €28m will be needed, a significant amount that Milan will try to whittle down.
Sandro Tonali: To sign him from Brescia, the Rossoneri will have to pay €15m plus €10m which is a demanding expense, and for this reason the Rossoneri are hoping for a discount. Like Tomori, Tonali also wants to stay with the club and therefore Milan will focus heavily on the will of the young midfielder.
Brahim Diaz: The Spaniard is on loan at Milan with no purchase option from Real Madrid. Maldini and Massara would like to keep him and Brahim’s will is to remain, and this aspect will play in favour of the Devil when they talk to Real Madrid.