AC Milan have now shown their interest in taking Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori on loan with hopes of signing the England International, MySportDab reports.
Frank Lampard has been eager to push through a loan move for his Academy graduate who has been finding it hard to get game time.
Last season Fikayo Tomori was part of Chelsea team in and out which led to his call to the England National team but thing hasn’t been good for him after then.
AC Milan are currently showing interest in helping the defender get back on his feet as they want a move for him.
AC Milan have set their sights on Chelsea Fikayo Tomori, according to reports from Sky Sports.
The Italian side has contacted Chelsea over a potential move, and Tomori himself is open to the idea.
However, Strasbourg’s Mohamed Simakan is Milan’s primary target, with Tomori being the backup plan should a deal collapse.
Chelsea won’t be looking to sell the defender after Frank Lampard have come out to confirm he is still part of his plans going forward.
No official statement have been made by both teams concerning the move as we await to see the outcome if it will be a loan move.