Report: Milan could redeem €28m Chelsea man and let Real Madrid, Man Utd duo return

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan will face decisions when the summer window comes around as there are currently four players who are on loan at the club.

During the winter transfer window the Rossoneri secured the signing of Soualiho Meite on loan with an option to buy and Fikayo Tomori on the same terms. The duo therefore must be paid for if they are to remain beyond June, just like Brahim Diaz and Diogo Dalot who arrived from Real Madrid and Manchester United in the summer on dry loans.

According to DirettaGoal, it is probable that only one of these four loans could be redeemed outright, with Paolo Maldini and CEO Ivan Gazidis tempted by the idea of only buying Tomori outright.

The Rossoneri will have to shell out just under €30million (€28m) to sign the Englishman, so it is therefore unlikely that there is additional budget for the others. Centre-back is currently the role that most needs coverage in the squad, which is why Tomori.

Tags AC Milan Brahim Diaz Diogo Dalot Fikayo Tomori Soualiho Meite


  1. I totally disagree with the last statement. “Centre-back is currently the role that most needs coverage in the squad”

    It definitely is not. We have Kjaer and Romagnoli for starters. Gabbia (who has proven he is good enough to start) as the immediate backup and Kalulu who is getting there. If we would have kept Musacchio who got much undeserved hate we’d have enough depth and not have had to spend a lot of money.

    That said, Tomori is the most promising of those 3, however it is a lot of money out so we’ll have to see if he seems worth it at seasons end. Dalot seems like the perfect depth signing if the price isn’t too high. Diaz is solid but not 100% convinced for the price just yet.

  2. I know…Dalot at €15m covers both full backs and Diaz is perfect for no10.depth….we must keep those 2….we already have Kalulu (who’s improving),Kjaer,Capitano and Gabbia at CB …We Don’t need another CB…Diaz,Dalot should be the priority.

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