Reports: Tonali to Milan a done deal – Rossoneri secure a substantial discount as player takes salary cut

By Oliver Fisher -

The Sandro Tonali soap opera is finally over and the midfielder will soon sign a long-term deal with AC Milan, reports claim. writes that Milan and Brescia have been working tirelessly to try and get the operation over the line, which is amended from the €10m loan fee plus €15m option to buy and €10m in bonuses agreed on a year ago.

In addition to the €10m loan fee paid last year, the Rossoneri will pay €7m in cash to Brescia, to which €3m will be added in bonuses as well as the counterpart of young playmaker Giacomo Olzer. The will of the player – who has always been a Milan fan and was firmly determined to stay – has also been fundamental for the success of the deal.

There is no better evidence of this than the fact he is willing to significantly reduce – by half a million euros – his current salary in order to speed up the operation and sign a contract until 2025.

MilanNews also reports that the final agreement was found between Milan and Brescia for the definitive passage of Tonali to the Rossoneri for €10m total (including bonuses) plus Giacomo Olzer.

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