AC Milan fully intend to buy Fikayo Tomori outright from Chelsea if they qualify for the Champions League, according to a report.
Tomori scored the third goal during last night’s 3-0 rout of Juventus, a goal which ensures 6 points in the last 3 rounds of action will be enough – provided that Pirlo’s team do not drop more points – to secure qualification for the next Champions League and be able to plan a more ambitious summer market.
According to Calciomercato.com, Tomori is the signing that has transformed Milan’s defence for the better and overturned the internal hierarchies, sending captain Romagnoli to the bench. He also represents an investment of quality, at sustainable costs, and the idea of the Rossoneri management is to promptly purchase the Englishman for €28m once the season is over.
Milan would have to take into consideration that they would have lower spending possibilities if they dropped into the Europa League from here. For their part, Chelsea and Thomas Tuchel would be happy to welcome him back if the right offer does not arrive. However, during a recent meeting Tomori reiterated to Maldini and Massara his desire to stay.