Transfermarkt: Tomori’s value has risen 125% since joining Milan – the new figure

By Oliver Fisher -

There is no doubting that Fikayo Tomori has been one of AC Milan’s best purchases in recent years, and his value has reportedly more than doubled.

When Fikayo Tomori arrived on an initial loan deal from Chelsea having struggled for playing time under Frank Lampard, very few fans and pundit were been expecting this much of an impact as the Englishman is now into his second season at the club.

According to the well-known transfer source Transfermarkt (via MilanNews), Tomori’s value has gone up by €25m since his arrival with the Rossoneri from an initial €20m to a current value of €45m thanks to his amazing performances at the heart of the defence.

He is a modern technical, solid and fast defender, who is intelligent in his readings and clean in his interventions. For Chelsea and their supporters it must feel like a regret to have let a gem leave, and it has certainly been to Milan’s gain.

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4 Comments

  1. wish he played for the Canadian National team, he’d play every min in the world cup, anchor our defense as we play Belgium and Croatia.

      1. But Maguire’s not worth that. No-one would pay that for him today and the market is completely different to when that purchase was made.

        Tomori’s value is based on a number of factors but chief amongst which is who would be willing to pay for him. And unless one of the few biggest sides in the world want him (and can’t think of an alternative) then the cap is the next level down – what’s the max the ‘second tier’ of Premier League club or someone like Bayern could pay if they wanted to? ~€45m for a centre back sounds about right.

        And, whilst I think England are stupid to overlook him, he’s not even an international squad player at the moment.

        Remember that if Milan were to sell in the next two years, the value to the accounting books would be much bigger than the difference between purchase price and sale price anyway.

        And, ultimately, if they don’t want to sell then it doesn’t matter what a website rates his pricetag at.

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