With the signing of Fikayo Tomori seemingly over the line, the Milan management are still active on a couple of other tracks too.
Multiple sources are now reporting that Milan have reached an agreement with Chelsea for Tomori with just the last few details set to be sorted. It will be a loan with an option to buy included at around €30m, with the defender set fly to Milano this week for his medicals before putting pen to paper.
Meanwhile, Pietro Balzano Prota has confirmed to us that Milan are in contacts with Barcelona over a deal for Junior Firpo, but it remains difficult.
He adds that confirmations have arrived regarding interest in Porto’s Otavio, who is described as ‘a very interesting profile for June’ meaning the management are working on signing him as a free agent given his contract expires at the end of the season.
The 25-year-old can play as a playmaker or on either wing, implying he might be a replacement in case Brahim Diaz does not extend his loan stay. MilanNews report the same on both Otavio and Firpo.