AC Milan and Brescia are working together to find an agreement over the permanent signing of Sandro Tonali, according to a report.
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.
As MilanNews writes, the deadline for Milan in terms of exercising their option to buy for Tonali has expired according to the conditions decided as part of the agreement with Brescia last August.
However, this does not appear to be a problem at the moment because the Rossoneri and the president of Brescia – Massimo Cellino – are ‘actively working in a climate of maximum collaboration’ to find the best possible solution. The dialogue between the parties will continue in the coming days, while Tonali wants to continue playing for his boyhood club Milan.