Sandro Tonali is staying at Milan after agreements were reached with all.
After long and exhausting negotiations – and many discounts – the deal to bring Tonali to Milan on a permanent basis was finally completed today (Thursday).
After finalizing the Fikayo Tomori deal, Milan have now announced another loan deal turning into a permanent transfer, as Tonali joins from Brescia:
“Milan is delighted to announce the signing of Sandro Tonali on a permanent transfer from Brescia Calcio. The Italian midfielder will continue to wear the red and black jersey until June 30th, 2026 after having played 37 games with Milan last season,” a statement on the Diavolo website reads.
The Rossoneri already paid €10m to loan the 21-year-old last season and they had an option to buy him out for €15m plus €10m bonuses. However, they managed to successfully renegotiate the terms of the deal and lowered the €15m + €10m to €7m + €3m + Primavera’s Giacomo Olzer.
In addition, Tonali agreed to lower his previously agreed-upon salary in order to facilitate his stay. The central midfielder was already at Milanello today for the start of the pre-season training.