AC Milan have officially confirmed the sale of Sandro Tonali for Newcastle United for what is being widely reported to be a club-record fee.
Via a tweet on their social media, Newcastle announced that they are delighted to announce the signing of Tonali from Milan. The 23-year-old joins the Magpies for an undisclosed fee and has agreed a contract at St. James’ Park initially until 2028.
Meanwhile, Milan have confirmed on their official website that Tonali has completed his move. The club thanked the midfielder for the ‘three splendid years together’ and wished him ‘the very best in his professional and personal future’.
According to what Fabrizio Romano is reporting, Tonali joins Newcastle on €70m deal with add-ons included, while Milan will also receive 10% of the proceeds from any future resale of the Italy international.
It’s record sale for Milan, while Tonali becomes most expensive Italian player in the history of the game.