Fikayo Tomori has been very impressive since his arrival in January, quickly adapting to Italian football and Milan’s style of play. In fact, he has done so well that he’s now benching the Rossoneri’s captain.
In other words, the decision to sign the Englishman has been a success thus far and it wouldn’t be surprising to see him at the club beyond this season. Per Corriere Della Sera, as cited by MilanNews, Milan are already convinced of his qualities.
Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara, the directors of the Rossoneri, are seriously considering to invest the €28m needed to sign Tomori on a permanent basis. That is what the buy-out clause is set at, meaning Chelsea won’t have a say in the matter.
Furthermore, it seems the defender himself is very happy at his new club and getting him to stay shouldn’t be difficult. Hopefully, he can continue to perform well as Milan sure need it in this crucial phase of the season.