AC Milan have made sure that they will earn some money if Marco Brescianini is sold by Frosinone in the future.
As reported by Milan News, the Frosinone sporting director Guido Angelozzi recently confirmed that there was a resale clause inserted in the move from Milan to the newly-promoted side.
Whilst the specific percentage has not been revealed at this stage, this means that should Frosinone sell Brescianini for €10m next summer, Milan will be due a percentage of that €10m as per the contract.
“He’s a guy I’ve known for a long time, from my time at AC Milan. I’ve been wanting to bring him along for two or three years, we’ve finally succeeded. He’s our property, Milan have a percentage in the future resale. Three-year contract. I think he’s happy because he had other requests but he chose Frosinone,” Angelozzi said.
Brescianini was on loan at Cosenza in Serie B last season where he was very impressive, and that meant there was Serie A interest this summer.
In the end, Milan opted for a full sale rather than another loan move. He has signed a three-year contract with the team based in Lazio and will get his first chance to consistently impress in the Italian top flight.