An update on several players who are currently in the orbit of Milan’s mercato has arrived, with some interesting developments.
MilanNews writes how Milan – after having resolved the Donnarumma issue with the acquisition of Mike Maignan – have moved on to other priorities such as their aim to turn the loans of Sandro Tonali from Brescia and Fikayo Tomori from Chelsea into permanent deals thanks to the option to buy they possess.
The Rossoneri will have to pay €28m to land Tomori from the London club and he is a player that they intend to continue with. Regarding Tonali, instead a discount will be attempted in talks with Brescia, and the management has already taken steps to reshape the deal (€10m loan already paid, another €15m for the option plus €10m bonuses).
Renewals will be important and locking down Franck Kessie to a new long-term contract is a priority just like the renewal of Davide Calabria is also an objective. Hakan Calhanoglu’s stay at Milan is getting more and more complicated as time goes on.
The name of Olivier Giroud is a very active one and there are continuous contacts with the Frenchman, but they could also include sign another young striker to place in the squad, a talent to grow with Ibrahimovic and the experienced Giroud.