Tuttosport: Tomori’s poor form at Milan could start to impact his market value

By Euan Burns -

There is a fear at AC Milan that the poor form of Fikayo Tomori this season will see his market value drop to a worrying level, a report claims. 

As has been reported by Tuttosport (via Pianeta Milan), whilst there is no immediate aim at Milan of selling Tomori, he is viewed as one of the more valuable assets in the team that could move on for a big fee in the future.

Having a player that is very much on the radar of the biggest teams in the Premier League is valuable for Serie A sides and Milan would like to make a capital gain on him should he decide to leave.

Milan brought Tomori outright in 2021 for €29 million which means he was not a cheap signing in the first place. They fear that any bids that come in for him this summer would be around the same figure, if not lower. By the end of the Scudetto winning campaign, it was feasible that teams would pay nearly €60 million for him.

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  1. Tomori is the same player he was last season and the season before.
    What’s changed this year is that he doesn’t have anyone in front of him to protect him, and for most of the season he didn’t have anyone behind him to bail him out.
    Kessie kept the danger away from the defense last few years,
    And Maignan(and previously Gigio) was bailing him out when he did make mistakes.
    And who in their right mind believes that a team woul pay 60 mil for Tomori. People just throw numbers out there like it’s a joke.
    There have been literally no reports about any interest from other clubs in Tomori since he got to Milan . Like none.

    1. bro in a world where Badiashile, Harry Maguire and Wesley Fofana cost more than 80m i could see Tomori easily being sold for much more than 60m

      1. You are comparing apples and oranges. Those are EPL prices for EPL players. Tomori plays in serie A because he wasn’t good enough to play in EPL and now he doesn’t even look good in serie A.
        Question is if Milan can actually get 60 mil for leao, no way Milan gets more than they paid for Tomori.
        There is very little interest in Tomori. He is undersized CB whose greatest quality is his speed and agreesivnes but lacks awareness and has awful defensive positioning. He chases the ball around most of the time instead of being in a proper defensive position.
        If you are not playing a high line he becomes a liability.

  2. If next season he don’t improve and still making plenty of silly blunders then he needs to sit at the bench.

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