Sandro Tonali to Milan is a done deal, per the latest developments. The midfielder has been heavily linked with the club this week and it seems an agreement has been reached between the two clubs.
Gianluca Di Marzio, Fabrizio Romano, Pietro Balzano Prota and Vito Angele are all reporting that the move is a done deal. Milan have managed to secure the midfielder on a paid loan with an option to buy.
According to Romano, the Rossoneri will pay €10m for the loan and it will cost them €20m to sign Tonali on a permanent basis, should they decide to do so. There should also be a future sale percentage in favour of Brescia.
Update: Longo is now saying that Milan will pay €10m for the loan, €15m for the buy-out and then another €10m in bonuses. Brescia will also be entitled to 10% of a future resale.
The personal terms were agreed earlier today and Paolo Maldini was able to reach an agreement with Massimo Cellino this evening. In other words, Tonali’s arrival and signing are now imminent. For Milan, it’s certainly a great signing for the midfield.