Telegraph: Tomori’s possible Chelsea return ‘looks very unlikely’ – Juve outing ‘pushed it a step closer’

By Oliver Fisher -

It is now ‘very unlikely’ that Fikayo Tomori will return to Chelsea at the end of the season, according to one journalist.

Tomori has been fantastic since his arrival on loan with an option to buy and there have been suggestions that Maldini and Massara will not hesitate to trigger the €28m option they have, though of course a top four finish would make such an investment more manageable.

The Englishman put in another outstanding display on Sunday night, helping the Rossoneri keep a clean sheet during an outstanding 3-0 victory over Juventus that certainly gives the team a huge helping hand in their hopes of a return to the Champions League after a seven year absence.

Now, Matt Law of the Daily Telegraph has given his take on the situation regarding Tomori’s future, stating that he should be in the debate for a place in the England squad for Euro 2020 this summer. Interestingly, he adds that it “looks very unlikely” he will return to Chelsea now.

Tomori’s move to AC Milan is now rated as “inevitable” in Italy, he continues, and “his performance in the victory against Juventus certainly pushed it a step closer”.

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