AC Milan and Brescia are still locked in talks over Sandro Tonali’s future and there have been new discussions today, a report claims.
The Rossoneri seem to be locked in a tug-of-war with their Lombardy neighbours over the talented midfielder as they wish to try and amend the original terms of the deal struck last summer, which was a €10m loan with a €15m option to buy plus €10m in bonuses and a 15% future resale percentage.
According to what Claudio Raimondi has reported for SportMediaset on Italia Uno (via MilanNews), this morning there were contacts between Milan and Brescia over Tonali and it seems that the player to unblock the deal could be Lorenzo Colombo.
The young Milan striker spent last season on loan to Cremonese, but the Rossoneri do not want to sell him outright. There is the possibility of a loan spell being agreed though, and it remains to be seen if this is enough to sweeten the deal.
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a loan deal sounds reasonable or a deal similar to Pessina which includes 50 % buy back clause
If they sell him outright with a 50% buy-back clause, then Tonali’s signing should be completed for less than €20M total.