AC Milan are seriously considering using their option to buy in order to keep Fikayo Tomori beyond the end of the season, according to a report.
Tomori arrived on loan with an option to buy towards the end of the January transfer window and has impressed in the handful of appearances he has had so far this season, leading to suggestions that the Rossoneri will use their buy-out.
According to what is being reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport (via MilanNews), the permanent stay of Tomori is a priority for Milan. In the last January transfer window, the Rossoneri signed the defender from Chelsea with an option set at €28m and even if that amount is viewed as ‘very high’ it ‘cannot be excluded that he may be exercised’.
This is because the Englishman has convinced everyone and could be an investment for the present and for the future, the paper reports.