Fikayo Tomori just needs to sign his name on the contract, but everything else is already agreed.
Two days ago the agents of Tomori were at Casa Milan for a meeting with the Rossoneri leadership to talk about the renewal of their 24-year-old client.
Last night The Times’ Tom Roddy broke the news that an agreement has been reached between the parties and Tomori will extend his contract with the Diavolo. The news were confirmed this morning (Friday) by Milannews.it’s Antonio Vitiello.
Everything has been agreed between Milan and Tomori and he will soon sign a new contract until 2027 with the Rossoneri. The player, who joined Milan from Chelsea in January 2021, is expected to earn €3.5m per season, which is a significant bump from his reported current €2m per season.
Tomori’s signature and the official announcement are the only things missing. Important news for Milan and for coach Stefano Pioli, who will tomorrow field Tomori against Udinese at San Siro.
Great strategy!! Milan is blessed to be paying so little to such quality players that they have. Our purchases and salaries are like miracle deals when you look at today’s market condition
Out of topic, I think milan should try signing casadei from inter for the cm position. Young and italian association-trained, he would be a good signing for the present and future. If only Inter are stupid and crazy enough to consider letting their crown youth player go ala zaniolo, but then again…