MN: Sandro Tonali set for improved Milan terms at end of season

By Mitchell Wilks -

Sandro Tonali could be in line to receive improved terms to his Milan contract at the end of the season, likely in the form of a salary increase, according to a new report.

Tonali has starred since joining the club permanently from Brescia last summer, showing significant progression from an inconsistent first season with Milan.

MilanNews report that the club are set to reward Tonali for his progression, recognising his undoubted importance to the team with a salary increase.

Club management is said to be extremely satisfied with the performances of the 21-year-old, who will no doubt play an even bigger part into next season, following Franck Kessie’s impending departure.

Tonali already has a contract that sees him tied to the club until at least 2026. It is unclear whether or not a salary increase would involve an extension, but it signifies his role as one of Stefano Pioli’s key players.

Tags AC Milan Sandro Tonali

3 Comments

  1. He is representative of real life job. When you play inconsistance, it seem fair to take a pay cut. But when you have an excellence performance, they will give you proper raise

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