- Fikayo Tomori left Chelsea in January on loan to Italian giants AC Milan and has impressed
- The 23-year-old centre-back is being offered a mouth-watering five-year permanent deal in Italy
- He has so far played 16 matches in all competition for the San Siro outfit
England international and on-loan Chelsea star Fikayo Tomori is set to sign a permanent deal at Italian club AC Milan where he has impressed since his arrival in January.
It was gathered that a five-year permanent deal is being offered to the defender which will see him end his time with Premier League club Chelsea.
The 23-year-old centre-back has made 16 appearances in all competitions for Milan since joining them on loan in January. He recently said:
“I’m happy and I have the opportunity to give my best for this team.
“I always want to raise my level. Italy is different from England, the weather is good and the food is better.”
Tomori fell out of favour at Stamford Bridge this season after the arrival of Thiago Silva.
But he has hit the ground running in Italy with Milan technical director Paolo Maldini impressed.
Meanwhile, Bayern Munich star David Alaba has reportedly turned down an offer to join Premier League club Chelsea, as the Blues are hoping to sign him this summer.
The versatile defender earlier confirmed that he would be leaving the Bundesliga giants when his contract expires at the end of the season.
But there are several clubs in Europe jostling for the player’s signature as he can now agree to pre-contract talks with any of his suitors.
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The Austrian international is expected to smile home with, at least, £165,000 a week in wages at Real Madrid, while he will also be paid £17.2m to join Zinedine Zidane's side.
Legit.ng earlier reported that any club willing to sign Tottenham striker Harry Kane will have to cough up as much as £120 million just to get the player’s signature.
The England forward has been heavily linked with Premier League rivals Manchester City as well as Spanish giants Real Madrid with the player desperate to leave the north London outfit.
And The Athletic journalist David Ornstein via Soccer Laduma has disclosed that Kane’s mind is already made up and the star believes he should leave Spurs during the summer.
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