Milan is said to be considering a permanent deal with Fikayo Tomori.
, who joinedMilan
with a loan deal from
earlier this season, has convinced the club to make his deal permanent with his performance.
The 23-year-old has made his appearance for the Blues last season and played 22 games for the club, but then the struggles for playing time started, and after making only one appearance for the Blues this season, he joined the Italian giants in January.
He has been used as a starter 12 times in domestic and continental competitions in Milan, convincing Pioli to consider a permanent deal with him.
Milan has shown so much potential this season sitting in the second spot on the Serie A table, and they had a good performance in Europa League too despite their exit against Manchester United and their chance for playing in the Champions League in the next season can be a good reason for the England international to be happy with his stay at Milan.
Tomori, who has made one appearance for England in a 4-0 Euro 2020 qualifying victory over Kosovo in November 2019, will have to wait and see if the buying option in his deal with the Rossoneri will be triggered in the summer or not.