GdS: Milan have no other option but to exercise €28m clause for Chelsea loanee

By Isak Möller -

Fikayo Tomori has been a huge success since he arrived from Chelsea in January, quickly cementing his spot in the starting eleven. He has added a new dimension to Milan’s defence which they don’t want to lose. 

As mentioned, it certainly didn’t take long for the English centre-back to convince everyone at the club, benching none other than captain Alessio Romagnoli. That alone says a lot about how well he has done.

According to Gazzetta Dello Sport (via MilanNews), the €28m buy-out clause in his contract is looking more and more like a necessary step for Milan. In fact, Tomori’s performances have justified a significant investment in the summer.

The Rossoneri thus have no other option, as things stand, but to exercise the clause. The defender is worth more than €28m and the investment makes sense for a future perspective as well, in line with Elliott Management’s philosophy for the club.

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1 Comment

  1. If we don’t sign him permanently it is a signal from the ownership that they don’t care about winning and bringing us back to an elite club. There is NO reason not to pick up his option it is fundamental we do so. He has proven his worth more than anyone else and to let him go would be a huge mistake from both a financial and football perspective. Would rather sell Romagnolli and start Kalulu with Tomori than lose Tomori outright. Get this done Elliot!

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