AC Milan intend to meet with Chelsea at the end of the season to discuss the future of Tiemoue Bakayoko, according to a report.
Fabrizio Romano claimed on Twitter in August that the deal that saw Bakayoko return to Milan from Chelsea is a two-year loan with an option to buy set at €15m. He also extended contract with the Blues until June 2024 to facilitate the deal, given that his previous contract was set to expire in June 2022.
According to the latest from Calciomercato.com, Bakayoko’s second spell at Milan is ‘destined to end’ during the upcoming summer window. The management will speak with their counterparts at Chelsea to find a solution that satisfies all parties involved, but it seems the Frenchman is no longer seen as a useful resource.
The former Monaco and Napoli man has now not played a single minute in the last nine games and while part of that is due to a muscle injury, the majority of those games were ones in which Pioli left him out by choice.