SM: Fabrizio Romano on Milan signing Chelsea loanee permanently – “€30m is too much”

By Isak Möller -

Last week, Fikayo Tomori joined Milan on an initial loan deal from Chelsea for the remainder of the season. And yesterday, the centre-back made his full debut and played well alongside Alessio Romagnoli at the back. 

There is a €30m buy-out clause included in the loan deal and the Rossoneri need to decide at the end of the season whether to sign him or not. On our podcast, we spoke to Fabrizio Romano about the situation and the chances of Tomori staying.

“We’ll see if they will sign Tomori or send him back to Chelsea and go for a different centre-back. It’s an interesting player, he had a good match against Inter. He’s a different centre-back, fast, aggressive but €30m is too much, it’s not a small fee.

“Milan will take a decision at the end of the season, Ricky Massara is in love with the player. For sure they will go for him if he will show his skills.”

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