Fikayo Tomori will have a Medical Test at AC Milan2021-01-24 21:15
SAN SIRO - FikayoTomori reportedly flew to the city of Milan for a medical at AC Milan on Friday (22/10 local time. This is after a six-month loan agreement and a permanent purchase option at the end of the season for 30 million euros from Chelsea.
Quoted from Football Italia , various local media sources have confirmed the news. The Rossoneri hope to finish the process immediately so they can play Tomori in the Italian Serie A match against Atalanta.
Tomori should have arrived earlier but was late in traveling. The 23-year-old defender will be useful against Atalanta as Alessio Romagnoli is suspended and Simon Kjaer is not fit.
Tomori did not get a place in Frank Lampard's squad. Lampard prefers a defender who was brought in last summer. Thiago Silva and Ben Chilwell are Lampard's mainstays at this time with the existing defenders.
This season, Tomori has only recorded four matches in all competitions, two games in the EFL Cup, one FA Cup and one Premier League. He was never played on the Champions League stage.
The British national player is an original Chelsea product. He joined in 2014 with the Blues youth team. He then strengthened Brighton as a loan player in 2017 with the aim of gaining more knowledge and opportunities to play more.
After his loan spell ended, Tomori returned to Chelsea before being loaned back to Hull City. He has also been on loan at Derby.
Now Tomori is back on loan at Milan. Stefano Pioli's troops have just brought in veteran striker Mario Mandzukic. And Milan has the opportunity to win the Scudetto this season because its position is still comfortable at the top of the standings.
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