AC Milan have reached a stalemate in their attempts to get a discount on the Sandro Tonali deal with Brescia, according to a report.
Tuttosport (via PianetaMilan) writes how the option to buy has now officially expired, so the deal for Tonali will have to be re-discussed between Milan and Brescia. Both clubs are wanting to reach an agreement by the end of the month because the Rossoneri have already paid €10m for his loan, and are discussing with the Rondinelle to find a solution which nets them a discount on the €25m extra owed (including bonuses) plus 10% future resale.
However, the situation is described as ‘deadlocked’ at the moment. There should be no major problems regarding the success of the operation because all the parties involved are pushing for Tonali to remain at Milan. The Rossoneri want to lower the cash sum by inserting Giacomo Olzer’s card, but it is not enough at the moment.
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Give them COLOMBO ffs.
Hahahahs.. bye Tonali, forget him. Welcome back Pobega, Brescianini, Bakayoko (for free, of course).