AC Milan technical director Paolo Maldini has confirmed that the club will try to sign Fikayo Tomori this summer. Maldini said that the youngster defender has so far impressed so much at Allianz Arena. Since joining Milan on loan this winter, Tomorrow has became the key defender in the Milan defence by playing a key role more than he was expected.
The 23-year old is now driving the Italian giants into desperation of making his deal permanent this summer. Speaking on an interview with Skys port, Maldini admitted that they are Keen to keep Tomori at Milan. According to him, the price tag for the defender may be very high following his recent performance improvement but they are ready to discuss with Chelsea when time comes.
“Tomori is a good talent and we have a buy-option clause,” he said. “The price is very high, but we’ll decide at the end of the season and discuss it with the Chelsea board.” Tomori's price while at Chelsea, was being approximated to be about £25 million but this price may grow up to even above £30 million by summer.
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