Fikayo Tomori will stay at Milan for the next few years, as the club has agreed to pay the €28m buy-out clause.
Tomori arrived in Milan during the January transfer market and he became a key player in the team of Stefano Pioli rather quickly, taking the place of captain Alessio Romagnoli in the line-up.
The 23-year-old was very impressive on his loan spell and so the Diavolo have decided to go ahead and use their option to buy and it appears that today an agreement has been reached.
According to Milannews.it and others later, Milan worked with Chelsea today to define the transfer of Tomori to the Rossoneri on a permanent basis. The red and black club has agreed to pay around €28 million for the player, who according to Pietro Balzano Prota will sign a contract to 2026.
Nicolò Schira reports that Tomori will earn €3m per season at Milan. Fik becomes the club’s second transfer of the summer, after Mike Maignan who arrived from Lille for €13m + €2m.