Fikayo Tomori Offer’s Potential Switch To Ac Milan
Chelsea outcast Fikayo Tomori could be heading for a switch to Italy with AC Milan reportedly looking to sign the center- back on loan. Tomori, 23, is the subject of interest from Serie A outfit after Frank Lampard declared the defender is set to leave Chelsea in January due to a lack of game time.
According to The Telegraph, AC Milan wish to sign Tomori on an 18-month loan deal in the January window should they fail to capture primary target, Strasbourg centre -half, Mohammad Simakan, who’s drawn interest from Chelsea too. Tomori has struggled for game- time so far this season, with Thiago Silva and Kurt Zouma having formed a solid partnership at the heart of the defence. He came on as a substitute in the final stages of Chelsea’s 4-0 win over Morecambe in the FA Cup on Sunday.
After a frustrating few months in west London, Tomori had emerged as a target for the likes of Leeds and Newcastle in recent weeks.
However, Milan have emerged as the front- runners in the race to sign the Englishman with reports suggesting Leeds aren’t interested in Tomori.