Chelsea could be permanently parting ways with Fikayo Tomori after he admitted to be fully focused on Milan and not thinking of a Chelsea return
The Fulham based club, installed a €28m buy option in Fikayo Tomori’s loan contract and this has been the only thing delaying a permanent deal to be penned.
Milan want Chelsea to reduce the price but the Blues are keen on keeping things the way they are and not pushing to offload Tomori.
Meanwhile, after several observations Tuchel is now believed to be willing to let go of Tomori, if only he gets Franck Kessié as swap.
The Ivorian has been a top performer in the Rossoneri’s squad this season and it appears Tuchel has already got eyes on him before heading to Stamford Bridge.
Franck Kessié has a price tag of around €40m as this could reduce the likelihood of the deal happening but Chelsea on the other hand are trying to use the situation to lower the midfielder’s price.