Sky: Update on Milan loanees – duo to sign for €43m plus latest on Brahim, Meite and Dalot

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have zero doubts about signing Fikayo Tomori and Sandro Tonali on a permanent basis, according to a report.

Speaking on Sky Italia (via MilanNews), journalist Manuele Baiocchini spoke about the situation of the players who are currently on loan at Milan. Despite the large amount of money collected from qualifying for the Champions League it will not be easy to simply buy all players outright, as per the journalist.

As for the situation regarding the future of Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori, Milan’s intention is to buy the player permanently at the agreed amount of €28m, knowing the English club will not make discounts considering the season the centre-back has had. For Tonali, the remaining amount will be paid to make his move permanent too (€15m).

Regarding Souliho Meite some evaluations are being made before he returns to Torino as Milan also have the option to buy him outright too. The club’s desire with Brahim Diaz meanwhile is to extend the loan for another year, while Diogo Dalot appears set to return to Manchester United.


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Tags AC Milan Brahim Diaz Diogo Dalot Fikayo Tomori Sandro Tonali Soualiho Meite

8 Comments

  1. VladaSWG says:

    I would at least try to renegotiate another 1 year loan deal for Dalot.

  2. Kourosh says:

    Buy Tomori and Tonali outright. Extend Brahim’s loan deal for another year if possible, ideally with an option to buy.

    Let Meite go and bring back our own Pobega. He had a very good season for the second year running on loan.

    1. Zoro Caloro says:

      Spot on, I agree completely with this. Only other thing I’d add is to sign Dalot but only if we can reduce his price to a reasonable level.

  3. Anthony Rosati says:

    Easy answer:

    Tomori – Buy
    Tonali – Buy
    Diaz – Buy
    Dalot – Loan with option to buy
    Meite – Try to negotiate a lower purchase fee around €4M. If not, let him return to Torino.

    MF needs some more depth with Kessie/Bennacer/Tonali/Pobega and really need someone to step up against some of the provincial teams when we start UCL/Serie A/Tim Cup all at the same time.

    1. Adrian says:

      Diaz was on dry loan. Milan cannot buy him but wants to extend the loan.
      Dalot depends if Milan can sell or loan Conti, if not there is no use for 2 backups.

    2. Zoro Caloro says:

      No. I don’t care how cheal Meite is. He will make crucial mistakes in big CL games just like in the EL against Man U. Buying terrible players for cheap is a strategy no too team ever thought was good. And Diaz no don’t buy yet. Extend loan, see if he improves then consider buying.

      1. qwerty says:

        Diaz is obviously not worth buying for a sum of 20 or more. He is very weak physically. Cannot even stand on his feet.

        Loan with an option of no more than 20 is the only way.

  4. Raigha says:

    Don’t buy Meite, better bring back Pobega or look someone else, he’s only good in pyshical ability with little sense of football, even slow Tonali has greater positioning than him. Zero vision, zero attacking movement, and bad decision only helped by his physical ability. Definitely big no for Him

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