Milan and Brescia continue to negotiate on the price-tag of Sandro Tonali and could end up going beyond the date set by Serie A for triggering the option to buy.
Tonali moved to Milan on a paid loan last summer, but the Rossoneri had included an option to buy the Italy U21 international this year.
When the 21-year-old moved to San Siro, the two parties agreed on an initial paid loan worth €10m, with the option to buy for €15m plus another €10m in add-ons.
The Rossoneri have already asked for a discount of the set price-tag and the latest idea was a reported total of €25m plus 20-year-old attacking midfielder Giacomo Olzer.
The operation doesn’t seem to be at risk for the Diavolo, who are, according to Tuttomercatoweb, still asking for further discounts to make the move permanent.
Tonali only wants a move to the Rossoneri and thus the option to buy is not decisive, but the Lega Serie A has set June 16 as the deadline for triggering options to buy in loan deals.