Agent insists Tomori ‘doesn’t want to leave Milan’ but has ‘potential to take a step forward’

By Oliver Fisher -

One of Fikayo Tomori’s representatives has claimed that the defender does not want to leave AC Milan, but admitted he has the potential to ‘take a step forward’ as well as a duty to think about his future.

Tomori is back at Stefano Pioli’s disposal after being out since just Christmas, when he suffered a bad muscle injury during the 2-2 draw against Salernitana which forced him to miss over two months.

The English defender returned to the field against Lazio, coming off the bench to help secure a clean sheet, and he was back in the starting line-up against Empoli for what ended up being another 1-0 win.

Again tonight, in Prague against Slavia, he should be there from the first minute. Also in Prague there is the headquarters of Sport Invest, the agency that represents the former Chelsea player.

The Czech portal interviewed the director of the agency that looks after Tomori’s interests, Viktor Kolar, who expressed his opinion on the future of the centre-back.

“Tomori is a loyal boy and doesn’t want to leave Milan, especially in a moment of difficulty for the club. However, Fikayo has the potential to take a step forward in the future,” he said (via MilanNews).

“If he is well, he will be looked for [attract interest], it’s normal. Tomori is already thinking about his future. He comes from a very solid family and knows that playing football won’t be forever. ”

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