AC Milan have reportedly managed to close a deal with Brescia that will see midfielder Sandro Tonali stay at the club permanently.
The Rossoneri seem to be locked in a tug-of-war with their Lombardy neighbours over the talented midfielder as they wish to try and amend the original terms of the deal struck last summer, which was a €10m loan with a €15m option to buy plus €10m in bonuses and a 15% future resale percentage.
According to what is being reported by Radio Rossonera (via ACMilanGoleador), Milan have finally managed to agree a deal with Brescia over Tonali, and the operation is close to being completed.
The new terms are as follows: a €10m loan which has already been paid, €10m for the option to buy plus €5m in bonuses – therefore a saving of €10m on the previous total amount. In addition, Giacomo Olzer will sign for Brescia but Milan have protected themselves with a buy-back option.