AC Milan not only want to strengthen the squad with new signings after their Scudetto win but also reward the players who helped them achieve glory.
MilanNews report that among the many renewals that Milan are working on currently is also that of Fikayo Tomori, who was without a doubt one of the leaders of the team. The Rossoneri conceded just two goals in the last 11 games of the season including nine clean sheets, and Tomori started each of those games.
The Englishman’s current contract expires in 2025 but Milan are ready to extend it for a further two years, therefore until the end of June 2027. It goes without saying that the extension would be accompanied by a pay rise.
It is yet another sign that Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara are focused on cementing the exciting young core for years to come, and also to fend off any interest that may arise from clubs abroad with deep pockets.