MN: Milan will hold new talks with Brescia today to solve Tonali dilemma

By Isak Möller -

Sandro Tonali joined Milan on an initial loan deal last summer and although there is a buy-out clause in the deal, the move is a tad complicated. The Rossoneri, in fact, have tried to get a discount on the overall price. 

After managing to lower the bonuses, Milan tried to get a further discount and this hasn’t gone down well with Brescia’s president Massimo Cellino. Therefore, as reported by MilanNews, new contacts are expected between the parties.

They will take place in the next few hours and there is optimism that an agreement can be reached. However, in order to get there, some sort of solution to the different economic demands must be found.

One solution could be to include one more technical counterpart, in addition to Giacomo Olzer, and thus lower the cash part of the deal. However, it’s all speculative and we should have more updates on the matter soon.

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Tags AC Milan Sandro Tonali

2 Comments

  1. Truss says:

    Why is a tonali deal taking this long, no wonder we missed out on chiesa!

  2. qwerty says:

    Yeah, just save the money.

    Get Marco Parolo instead, he is 36 & a free agent.

    Perfect business.

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