Report: Brescia ask for young Milan midfielder in exchange for lowering Tonali fee

By Oliver Fisher -

Brescia have requested a counterpart from AC Milan in exchange for more favourable terms on Sandro Tonali’s option to buy, a report claims.

The Rossoneri pulled off a statement signing last summer when they beat competition from numerous clubs to sign Tonali from Brescia on a paid loan with option to buy deal. Numerous sources reported that the structure of the deal is as follows: a €10m loan fee plus a €15m option to buy and €10m in further potential bonuses.

Retaining the midfielder is one of Milan’s primary objectives and while the management consider Tonali an important talent for the future, a number of sources have claimed that Maldini is looking to secure a discount on the potential €35m fee.

According to reports from Bresciaoggi (via MilanLive), the Rondinelle have asked Milan for a counterpart to facilitate the operation: midfielder Marco Brescianini. The young midfielder has had a promising loan spell with Virtus Entella, and could find himself moving to another Lombardy club.

Tags AC Milan Marco Brescianini Sandro Tonali

3 Comments

  1. Karl sambou says:

    This people should spare us with their swap deal speculations. if we were to swap why not they include players like Conti, Caldara, laxalt, and krunic instead of our youngsters who have a bright future ahead we don’t want regrets.

    1. Tito says:

      Because no club wants them as counterpart exchange

    2. Kourosh says:

      Wages.

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