Chelsea have let several stars go to other clubs who latter turn out to be stars in the near future. Some of them are Kevin De Bruyne and Mohamed Salah who have been sensational players for Manchester City and Liverpool respectively.
They are already regretting letting their defender who was termed a surplus under sacked manager, Frank Lampard. Fikayo Tomori went to Italy and joined AC Milan where he has earned a lot of praise from Paolo Maldini, the club's technical director.
The 23 year old's current club have already hinted at triggering his release clause that stands at £24 million upon completion of his season long loan contract. Maldini has exuded evidence in the talks describing Chelsea's youth graduate as 'best defender in the club history.'
According to Gazetta dello Sport, Tomori's recent display against Manchester United, Napoli and Roma has brought out a champion in the Englishman and the club is ready to cough out the required amount to get his signature.
The player himself has also expressed happiness in the way the club is treating him and the faith they have in his playing tactics. He was also mesmerized about the history the club possess from their trophies to great names that ever dressed in the club's colours.
"Obviously I knew it was a big club and he said it was a big club, but when I arrived and went to the museum at Casa Milan, and saw all the Ballons d’Or here, the pictures of the greats who have gone before, then the seven Champions League trophies, you really do feel it… Like, wow." He said.
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