Tomori has been wonderful since joining AC Milan on loan with the Italian now interested to retain him
Possibly Fikayo Tomori isn’t happy with the way Frank Lampard handled his issue and finding a team where he features always despite being a loan player has proved to the English man he is really worth it.
The 23-year-old came up the ranks as a Chelsea Youth Star but spent most of his career so far as a Loanee with the previous been to Derby County where Frank Lampard called him back alongside Mason Mount.
But on arrival, Lampard opted to had him on the bench always with claims of him not being good with ariel tackles.
And then AC Milan came with a loan offer which the Nigerian Born grabbed with 36 fingers and now reaping the fruit as he now features in more games.
To Tuchel back at Stamford Bridge, he isn’t really concerned with players outside his box as he aims to give everyone adequate trial before deciding who is good and who isn’t.
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It’s of course known that should Tuchel had arrived while Tomori was still at Chelsea, he wouldn’t have let him leave for the loan.
But with everything happened now, Tomori sent words of messages to Chelsea and the manager in charge after revealing he is more concerned with AC Milan and isn’t worried it he gets a call back or not.
AC Milan has over and over reconfirmed their interest to retain the defender on permanent deal but it’s believed Chelsea’s price tag could serve as stumbling block to this aim.
Speaking in an interview, Tomori disclosed that him staying at Milan or being called back to Chelsea isn’t actually his decision to take, rather Thomas Tuchel’s.
“Staying at AC Milan or coming back at Chelsea in June? It’s not just my decision,” Tomori told Gazzetta.
“I enjoy the moment, I’m glad to be here. I don’t think about the future. I like Milano and I like Italy, I feel at home at AC Milan”.