Sky journalist explains the method behind €10m loan fee in Milan’s bid for Tonali

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have put forward an offer to Brescia for Sandro Tonali of a loan with option to buy, it is claimed, but the loan fee is an alarmingly high figure.

According to Peppe Di Stefano’s latest for Sky Italia (via MilanNews), Milan are really trying hard to leapfrog their rivals Inter and land Tonali, who the management know would be a statement signing.

He adds that Milan could close this deal at an advantageous economic condition, as the €10million loan fee functions as an instalment for the total payment of the deal, which could include a loan with option or obligation to buy.

Tonali would represent the present and the future of Milan and in the meantime Inter have stopped their pursuit, but they are not out of the race.

Milan are making concrete steps forward, while the ownership group Elliott Management are also convinced of the investment on Tonali and have given the green light to the management.

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