Mediaset: Milan reach full agreement with Brescia and secure big discount on Tonali deal

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have finally found a full agreement with Brescia over Sandro Tonali’s permanent signing, according to a report.

SportMediaset (via MilanLive) writes that Brescia president Massimo Cellino has accepted the latest proposal from the Rossoneri, which is as follows: €10m in cash (bonuses excluded) plus Giacomo Olzer as a counterpart. The Primavera player has gladly accepted the idea of a move to Serie B on a permanent basis as part of the operation.

In the initial agreement, the Milan management would have had to pay €15m in cash plus another €10m in bonuses in addition to the €10m already paid for the loan. However, Brescia have agreed to lower their demands given the economic situation of football after Covid.

Only one thing is missing before the documents will be exchanged and the official announcement will arrive: the green light from Elliott Management. It is described as a pure formality, and the future of Tonali will be red and black.


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8 Comments

  1. RF says:

    No Olzer…!!!!
    Seems like Locatelli operation, Pathetic.

    1. Kilroy says:

      Olzer is 20 and still in Primavera. At his age Loca already had 2 full seasons in SerieA.
      Tonali is 1yr older than Olzer and has already 2 seasons in SerieB and 2 seasons in SerieA.

  2. Cruzio says:

    Whatever and however the management wants to run this Milan, its left for them. Olzer part of the deal? Tomorrow “We are Sorry to have let Olzer go for nothing”

  3. bb says:

    The rumor says there IS a buy-back clause in Olzer’s transfer. If true, perhaps Milan have learned from many, many, many huuuuuge mistakes they’ve made in recent years.

  4. The man you wished for says:

    To be honest we cannot keep on with the “what ifs” it’s okay to sell as long as a cheap buy back clause is included. The rel Milan of old never used to rely on youngsters, we need good experience. See what experience gave Inter. We can instead follow Chelsea’s loan approach. Let’s also encourage like 2 years or 3 years loan

  5. Juro says:

    I wouldn’t say it’s a huge discount. We gave up Olzer who is a valuable asset with out a buy back clause, similar to Locatelli…..not the best deal if there is no buy back.

  6. Zsolt Bertalan says:

    The deal is good as long as there is indeed a clause about buying back Olzer. Tonali is good. He just needs to become more consistent.

  7. yuyu says:

    PATHETIC – all the primavera youths of Milan making headlines elsewhere… MILAN YOU ARE PATHETIC

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