AC Milan have surpassed Inter’s offer for Brescia’s Sandro Tonali, according to a report, with the Rossoneri serious about landing the midfielder.
The Rossoneri are expected to reinforce their midfield department this summer as Lucas Biglia and Giacomo Bonaventura both appear set to leave the club on free transfers as things stand.
A name that he been repeatedly linked over the past few months is Tonali, and SportMediaset (via MilanNews) reported on Wednesday night that Milan are ready to get involved in a transfer battle for the 20-year-old’s signature.
According to the latest from La Gazzetta dello Sport (as cited by MilanLive), Milan are in dialogue with Brescia for Tonali, who approved the idea of a move to Inter some time ago.
The Nerazzurri offer at the moment is a loan obligation to buy for a total of €30million to be paid over four years, but now Milan have made their bid.
Having collected €24m from the sale of Suso to Sevilla, the Rossoneri have put on the table a bid of €30m for Tonali, paid over three years with €10m to be paid up front.
Milan’s offer is better than that of Inter, and the Diavolo are determined to try to secure Tonali, a young talent with great potential for the future and the type of profile suitable for the club’s project.