Chelsea do not have any kind of buy-back clause as part of the deal that saw them sell Fikayo Tomori to AC Milan two years ago, it has been confirmed.
In his latest column for CaughtOffside, Fabrizio Romano reports that Chelsea fans have asked him about their chances of re-signing Tomori after his superb performances for Milan in the Champions League.
His market value has ‘more than doubled’ since he left Stamford Bridge for the San Siro, according to the journalist, while Milan made a ‘smart’ decision to sign the Englishman given the defender that he has become.
Romano adds that there is ‘no buy-back clause’ for Chelsea and at the moment the 25-year-old is 100% focused on the Milan project, as showed by the fact that he signed a new deal a few months ago.
Therefore, if Chelsea or any other Premier League side want to try and sign Tomori they will have to make an offer that Milan deem too high to refuse.