Romano: Chelsea’s chances of future Tomori return dented due to two key factors

By Oliver Fisher -

AC Milan can look forward to having centre-back Fikayo Tomori as part of their plans for a while yet, at least according to Fabrizio Romano.

According to what Romano has reported in his latest Here We Go podcast, Chelsea do not have a buy-back clause as part of the deal which sent the English defender to the Rossoneri for a transfer fee of €29m.

This may cause some regret for the Blues who went on to insist that one be inserted in the sale of Tammy Abraham to Roma – albeit set at €80m. Not only that, but the journalist adds how Tomori is ‘loving his life’ at Milan and he is ‘really loving Italian life’ as well.

This is great news for the Rossoneri management given that he has been nothing short of fantastic since his arrival at the club and can now be considered one of the best defenders in the league.


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2 Comments

  1. Vero Rossonero says:

    Until he gets a banana thrown at him from the stands or someone calls him something on the street. It’s only a matter of time in Italy.

  2. Godey says:

    His renewal could be the most difficult seeing that several English CB’s he’s better than are earning huge salaries in the EPL. We should renew his contract next summer and give him at least five years and a very good cash

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