Fikayo Tomori alongside Mason Mount, Tammy Abraham, Reece James and Billy Gilmore were all given a chance at the Chelsea senior team in 2019. Players such as Tammy Abraham and Mason Mount impressed in their debut season for the blues, as even Fikayo Tomori Impressed sometimes in defense.
Fikayo Tomori immediately fell out of favor after the signing of Brazilian centre back Tiago Silva, making the England International to join Italian club AC Milan on loan.
Tomorrow should return to Stamford bridge by June but here is what he has to say when asked if he will stay at Milan or to join Chelsea that would break Chelsea's heart.
"Staying at AC Milan or coming back at Chelsea in June?- I enjoy the moment, I am glad to be here, I like Milan and I like it in Italy, I feel at home here".
Those words seemed so loyal to the Italian giants and somewhat disrespectful to the West London club as Tomori said he prefers staying at Milan than coming back to London.
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