Tuttosport: Ten days to resolve Tonali’s future as Milan look for big discount on €25m deal

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan have ten days to try and reach an agreement with Brescia over Sandro Tonali’s permanent purchase, a report claims.

According to Tuttosport (via MilanNews), Milan have no doubts about Tonali’s signing, but would like to review the agreements made last summer with Brescia after a season in which the midfielder was inconsistent for large parts.

The Rossoneri are negotiating with Brescia president Massimo Cellino to get a discount on the young midfielder. The agreed amount is 25 million made up of €15m in fixed part plus €10m in bonuses linked to qualification for the Champions League, with €10m already paid for his loan. The paper claims that the management do not want to go beyond €10m for the outright purchase of the player, therefore a fairly significant discount.

Negotiations will properly start tomorrow when Cellino will return to Italy. Tonali’s entourage is convinced that, in the end, a solution will be found.

READ MORE: Milan keen on Barcelona defender again – meeting with agents could happen soon

Tags AC Milan Sandro Tonali


  1. What does it mean “they don’t want”? If I was Cellino, I would tell them to either respect the signed agreement, or f*** off.

    1. My guess is that they don’t want to go beyond 10M in cash outlay, which would require an agreement on a player at 5M valuation to bridge the gap and probably a show of good will — for example a Colombo loan or something of the sort.

Comments are closed

Serie A Standings

Live football scores . Current table, fixtures & results.