GdS: Tonali’s decision to lower salary was crucial for Milan move – the figures

By Isak Möller -

Milan have finally reached an agreement with Brescia over the signing of Sandro Tonali, who spent last season on loan at the club. The midfielder even agreed to lower his salary to stay at his boyhood club. 

According to Gazzetta Dello Sport, as cited by MilanNews, the fact that Tonali agreed to a pay cut greatly facilitated the move. He went from €1.6m per year to €1.2m in order to stay at the club, which says a lot about his personality.

Milan will pay €7m plus €3m for the youngster, while Giacomo Olzer has also been included as a technical counterpart. In total, it will cost them €20m instead of the €35m that was agreed between the clubs last summer.

Hopefully, Tonali will show his qualities with the Rossoneri next season. He sure seems eager to prove himself after what was an average season, which resulted in the drop and salary and price tag.

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2 Comments

  1. Alek says:

    Fantastic player, and with his salary reduced he proved that he loves Milan, no matter what they say that he hadn’t options, he did and for sure until the end of summer, he would sign a contract with another team for more than 1.6 per season. He is a great talent and Milan must start using the talents not only to sell them for capital gain of 10 milion, like Hauge and Pobega.

    1. milanfansfromchina says:

      Now days it is very hard to find such a player who loves Milan and wants to play for Milan so much that he’s willing to take salary cut!

      Wish Tonali all the best with Milan!

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