AC Milan’s summer spending campaign looks set to continue as Sandro Tonali is expected to be the next player to sign permanently.
After Fikayo Tomori’s permanent signing was made official yesterday, Carlo Pellegatti writes for Calciomercato.com how Milan are among the few teams to have invested cash in the summer 2021 market so far.
With the acquisition of Tomori, which is a great buy because of the shortage of strong central defenders in the European landscape, the Milan management have already had an outlay of €41m in the current mercato, with €13m paid for the goalkeeper Mike Maignan and €28m paid to Chelsea for English defender.
It will not stop there either, as the journalist writes how Milan will reach €56m or €61m when the deal for Sandro Tonali is closed. This is because there is a €5m gap between the proposal from Milan and the request of Massimo Cellino, the president of Brescia.