AC Milan have been able to enjoy their decision to sign Fikayo Tomori on a permanent deal from Chelsea in the summer as he continues to put in excellent performances.
Tomori joined on an initial loan deal for the second half of last season but his displays were so good and his impact so quick that the decision was simple to sign him outright. According to what Fabrizio Romano reported in his Here We Go podcast, Chelsea do not have a buy-back clause as part of the deal which sent the English defender to the Rossoneri for a transfer fee of €29m.
Not only that, but the journalist adds how Tomori is ‘loving his life’ at Milan and he is ‘really loving Italian life’ as well which is great news for the Rossoneri management given that he has been nothing short of fantastic since his arrival.
There is a stat that shows how good he has been too. As WhoScored report, Tomori has not committed a single error leading to an opposition goal in his 45 top-flight league appearances across spells for Chelsea and Milan.