Daily Mail: Tottenham and Manchester United set sights on Milan star

By Euan Burns -

Premier League sides Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United have both started to take a serious interest in signing Fikayo Tomori from AC Milan in the summer transfer window, a report claims.

As has been reported in the United Kingdom by The Daily Mail (via Calciomercato.com), Milan have got a serious fight on their hands if they are to keep Tomori at the club next season.

Milan are in a position of strength as Tomori’s contract currently runs until 2027. They have the right to demand a big fee which exceeds the roughly €30 million Milan paid to Chelsea for him.

He has never expressed any desire to leave Milan and is clearly settled, but there is of course no guarantee that will stay the same if the bids start to arrive from wealthy clubs.

Whilst Tottenham and Manchester United are the two teams linked right now, it cannot be ruled out that other teams will join them if Tomori’s return to form continues.

Tags AC Milan Fikayo Tomori Manchester United Tottenham


  1. He’s been poor in the league. He’s good in the UCL when Kjaer holds his hand. We should sell him for €50-60 million and sign Scalvini.

  2. Tomori is still young. But he is experienced in Milan. It is reasonable to think that Tomori can improve his game year by year until age 29. So he can be Milan player until and then thinking about possible sale.
    He is not perfect, but neither are any of Tottenham defender, who have much more bigger salaries.

  3. considering his current value is in the neighbourhood of 50 mil i’d demand minimum 80 mil if an epl club comes knocking on the door, Any team with an interest in the player should be prepared to pay up or dont even bother to ask.

  4. Unlikely he will be sold, even though I’d take 50-60m for him (the \”Koulibaly money” or
    “minimum 80 mil” demands are a little crazy), He’s our most experience defender after Kjaer and is in the middle of his “progression”. While Kjaer has performed extremely well in big games, there is no doubt his days are numbered. He’s 34. Tomori is the bridge between him and the youngsters that are still developing their game (Thiaw, Kalulu, Gabbia). I can see a sale as being much more likely in 2025, when he has two years left on his contract and the others have had two more season’s worth of experience (along with any new additions to the CB department).

    1. exactly why i wouldnt even consider any bids for him below the 80 mil and as he has a contract untill 2027 we are in a position to demand that or maybe more if the interest is great enough. The fact that english clubs has paid as much for lesser players tells me that that would be the very minimumn to even consider a sale. Never said i wanted him to leave by the way.

  5. It is not like i hate tomori . But if offer 60-70m euro better sell him and grab ndicka free transfer, with that money you can buy prolific and young striker. Of course better keep tomori if the offer below 60m euro

  6. If a good offer come for tomori its fine Milan should just sell him ndicka is Thier Milan will grab him on a free transfer them milan should just buy this Georgia player Georges Mikautadze playing Metz in France his much similar to Delima Ronaldo

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