Fikayo Tomori has lacked proper play time at Stamford Bridge and could be heading for exit by January
The 22-year-old rejected a move out of Stamford Bridge during the last transfer window as he wished to stay back and fight for a place in Frank Lampard’s squad.
But seems it’s all taking new turn as reports disclose likely exit by January.
Despite being brilliant whenever he is called upon, Tomori has been so far in some way fizzled out of Frank Lampard’s Chelsea project.
Having appeared in just 3 games across all competitions for Blues, Tomori could be considering leaving the team.
Newcastle United are on the other end hoping to convince the player make a switch considering Blues would easily cash in on the defender as they already got others filling his gap.
The Magpies are willing to give Tomori a proper game time at St’ James Park seeing his current situation at Stamford Bridge.
Olivier Giroud remains keen to leave Stamford Bridge as well after falling off Lampard’s agenda.
The Frenchman will have his desires to leave honored by the club who is believed to be grateful for his professionalism since joining from Arsenal.