Daniele Longo was at the forefront of the reporting of AC Milan's approach for Brescia midfielder Sandro Tonali this summer. He reported since the 8th of April the approaches of Milan and covered the deal up until fruition yesterday.
Vito Angele reported that the deal was done and notes the deal will be a loan with an option to buy. The total value of the operation will be 30 million euros and he will sign a 5 year contract.
Gianluca di Marzio also reported that Milan and Brescia reached an agreement for a deal as Maldini and Cellino closed the deal.
Pietro Balzano Prota reported that Cellino returned to Italy to close the deal and reported that the deal will be a 10 million loan with an option to buy for 20 million euros. Also a percentage of the resale. He notes a 5 year contract worth 2.2 million euros per year with potential bonuses.
Antonio Vitiello is reporting that the deal is actually a 10 million paid loan, an option to buy for 15 million euros and bonuses worth 10 million euros. Thus 10 + 15 + 10.
Daniele Longo also confirms that there will be a percentage of a future sale set at 10%.