AC Milan are closing in on being able to announce they have armoured another one of their project cornerstones after agreeing terms over Fikayo Tomori’s renewal, a report claims.
There is no doubt that Tomori is now one of the first names on the team sheet under Stefano Pioli and he was a huge part of the Scudetto-winning side in 2021-22, partnering Simon Kjaer, Alessio Romagnoli and then eventually Pierre Kalulu towards the end of the season.
In fact, he and Kalulu kept 9 clean sheets in the final 11 games of the campaign in the league, conceding just twice in that process, and the Milan management are keen to reward him his fantastic work since arriving permanently last summer.
According to Calciomercato.com, Milan and Tomori’s agents have found a basis of an agreement over the extension of his contract, with a pay rise, until 2025. The signatures on the contracts should arrive in July after the round of international fixtures and some well-deserved holidays.