After several weeks of negotiations, it seems Milan and Brescia are nearing a conclusion regarding the future of Sandro Tonali. The young midfielder will remain at the club and could be announced soon.
According to today’s edition of Tuttosport (via MilanNews), next week could be decisive for the deal as the parties have agreed on a discount. After the stalemate, which wasn’t without tension, the basis of the new agreement is €25m.
That is including Giacomo Olzer, who will be a technical counterpart in the operation. Milan would like to include a buy-back clause for their Primavera star, but it remains to be seen if Brescia will agree to this.
The president of the Serie B side, Massimo Cellino, has also asked for Lorenzo Colombo on a two-year loan from Milan. The youngster should be loaned out again but other destinations have been mentioned as more likely for him.