Fikayo Tomori appears to have left the door firmly open regarding making his loan move to AC Milan a permanent one at the end of the season.
Tomori arrived at Milan in January on a six-month loan from Chelsea, where he had been struggling to get playing time, and the Rossoneri managed to include an option to buy in the deal which is set at €28m as per multiple reports.
His performances have been nothing short of excellent since his arrival at the club, as he has established himself in the starting line-up even displacing the club captain Alessio Romagnoli, leading to suggestions that the management will not hesitate to make his loan a permanent move.
Tomori gave an interview to newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport about what his future holds, and Fabrizio Romano relayed the quotes via his official Twitter account.
“Staying at Milan or coming back at Chelsea in June? It’s not just my decision. 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”