The one-time England international finds himself in a good position through his positive performances since arriving at San Siro on loan
AC Milan are keen to tie up a permanent deal for Chelsea’s Fikayo Tomori, but they won’t be able to negotiate the £26 million ($36.5m) option to buy for their loan star.
Although formal talks have yet to begin, the Italian giants are known to be delighted with the 23-year-old’s start to life in Serie A. After making just four appearances under former manager Frank Lampard until January, Tomori has gone onto make 11 appearances for the Rossoneri.
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Having seen how well he is doing, the Blues are reluctant to offer any discounts to a club with ambitions of returning to the top table of European football.