AC Milan announced the contract renewal of Sandro Tonali, who has become a key player for the club since joining from Brescia back in 2020.
Tonali became the latest player to sign a new deal with Serie A champions Milan. The 22-year-old, who joined from Brescia in September 2020 on an initial loan basis, has agreed a new five-year contract at San Siro.
Milan head coach Stefano Pioli recently confirmed the club were in talks over extending the stay of Tonali, who is reported to have doubled his salary with his fresh terms.
Sandro Tonali has played 84 times for the Rossoneri since arriving from Brescia. The 22-year-old has made exactly 100 appearances in Serie A. Among players with 100 or more appearances in the competition, Tonali is the youngest of them.
The Club announced the new contract on their official website on Friday, a day after fellow midfielder Rade Krunic extended his stay with the club until 2025
Forward Leao is also in discussions over a new deal with Milan, who have started their Scudetto defense with three wins and two draws in their opening five games.
On their official website, AC Milan confirmed that the midfielder has signed a deal that will keep him at the club until 2027, rather than 2026 as per the old deal. Since Tonali is a die-hard Rossoneri fan, he won’t push to leave anyway.
AC Milan’s official Statement
“AC Milan is delighted to announce the extension of Sandro Tonali’s contract until June 30, 2027,”
It is believed that his salary has been doubled, which would give him a salary of around €3 million per year.
Tonali is expected to start tomorrow’s clash between Milan and Sampdoria, teaming up with Tommaso Pobega in the midfield tandem. The latter hasn’t played that much and will need the guidance of the No. 8.