Fikayo Tomori has been very impressive since he arrived at Milan in January, quickly adapting to Italian football and the Rossoneri’s style of play. However, it’s not certain that he will be redeemed at the end of the season.
The Englishman has managed to bench Milan’s captain, Alessio Romagnoli, thanks to his impressive performances and his pace has added a new dimension to their game. When facing fast strikers, they don’t have to be as worried.
According to Calciomercato.com, however, the Rossoneri’s stance on the €28m buy-out clause is the same as in January: they want a discount. Chelsea are not up for this at all and Milan are currently waiting to understand what the budget will be.
Perhaps with a few sales, they could exercise the clause as it is without having to negotiate with the Stamford Bridge side. But until they know these things, the idea remains to secure a discount on the price tag.