MILAN – The riddle about the future of Brescia midfielder Sandro Tonali seems almost to find an answer. Targeted by many top European clubs, Tonali reportedly chose to join AC Milan.
As proclaimed by the Italian Football, Monday (31/8/2020), Milan reportedly reached an agreement with Tonali. Both parties are said to have agreed on every detail of the transfer.
An agreement has reportedly been reached between Milan’s Sports Director, Paolo Maldini, and the President of Brescia, Massimo Cellino. For the details of the transfer itself, Milan reportedly brought Tonali on loan from Brescia. However, the Rossoneri – nicknamed Milan – have the option to buy the 20-year-old midfielder at the end of the 2020-2021 season.
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The news circulating says that Milan recruited Tonali with a loan fee of 10 million euros, or approximately Rp. 174 billion. If you are interested and want to make Tonali a permanent player, Milan can redeem 20 million euros, or approximately IDR 348 billion, including bonuses.
This figure is actually smaller than Inter Milan’s offer to Brescia, who is also known to be interested in Tonali. Antonio Conte’s team is reportedly offering funds of 35 million euros, or approximately Rp. 609 billion in April 2020.