Fikayo Tomori joined AC Milan on a loan move with the Italian side now pushing to make the move permanent
Chelsea on-loan back man, Fikayo Tomori left for AC Milan after Frank Lampard deemed him surplus to his Chelsea agenda before being replaced by former PSG boss, Thomas Tuchel.
Tomori arriving San Siro unveiled the talent Lampard failed to fix into his squad as the former Chelsea captain preferred to have Thiago Silva and Kurt Zouma at the heart of his defense.
Having impressed so much since his debut for AC Milan, the Italian side have made moves to own the player permanently.
Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara were reported lately to be considering convincing Chelsea to lower Fikayo’s €28M option to buy fee as they perceive he may not be needed at Stamford Bridge.
Back at Stamford Bridge, the happenings are now pioneered by a new manager who is open to having every single member of his squad together so they can be given the deserved time to prove their abilities.
With Thiago Silva’s contract extension by the corner, Thomas Tuchel is reportedly revealed to be weighing the chances of recalling Tomori from loan so as to serve as a back up.
Chelsea will continue considering their best option over the next weeks ahead of the fast approaching summer window which could either see Tomori return to Stamford Bridge or become a Rossoneri permanently.
The club is also linked to Leipzig’s Upamecano and could end up moving for the Frenchman ahead of Jerome Boateng who they are also watching.
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