Chelsea are reportedly edging closer and closer to agreeing deal with Serie A giants AC Milan regarding the transfer of star defender Fikayo Tomori to Italy in a loan deal.
According to reports from Telefoot, the two clubs are locked in negotiations and that the talks are at advanced stage hence, making it more likely for Tomori to join AC Milan to further develop his football career after limited chances at the Stamford Bridge.
Tomori came through the ranks of Chelsea academy and broke into the scene under current manager Frank Lampard with him showing glimpses of promises. The 23 year old was outstanding throughout last season but addition of experienced Thiago Silva and the rise of Kurt Zouma has resulted into him being sidelined.
The English defender is composed, quick, skillful and extremely versatile- can play anywhere across the back four and hence, have long been tipped to be one of the best defenders in the world of football and a move to AC Milan will only make him a better player as he will get more chances to showcase his qualities.
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