AC Milan have the approval of Elliott Management to go out and sign Sandro Tonali from Brescia with an offer launched, reports claim.
Speculation regarding a potential move to Milan for Tonali has exploded over the last few days as Inter appear to be stalling on a deal, and Sky Italia (via MilanLive) are reporting that the Rossoneri are looking to take advantage of the deadlock in the negotiations with Inter.
It is described as a complex but feasible operation, especially after the approval of Elliott Management. The Milan management have asked the owners for permission, as they have to when an expensive purchase is lined up.
The club therefore has the green light to deal with both Brescia and with Tonali’s agents, who would certainly be attracted to the idea of playing in the team he supported as a child.
Meanwhile, Vito Angele is reporting that Milan are seriously interested in formula of the operation with . The Rossoneri have offered a loan with an option to buy set at €20million.
Anto Vitiello of MilanNews added his update: “After further checks, the amount offered by is a €10m loan, while the proposal for option to buy is between €15-20m with added bonuses. Cellino would like more and wants an obligation to buy inserted.”