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Friday April 30 2021
Milan need CL to finance Tomori move?

Milan are prioritising a permanent move for Chelsea loanee Fikayo Tomori, but will need a place in the Champions League to finance the move.

Tuttosport claims Tomori, who was heavily criticised by the Italian media after the Lazio defeat, is at the top of the priority list for the Rossoneri.

But the newspaper claims the price-tag of €28m will prove to costly for the Diavolo, should they spend another season outside the Champions League.

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Thursday April 29 2021
Romagnoli sends Tomori to Milan bench?

There are increasing reports Alessio Romagnoli will take back his Milan starting spot, as doubts grow over Fikayo Tomori’s future.

The Rossoneri host Benevento on Saturday and the latest news points to Romagnoli partnering Simon Kjaer in defence.

It would be Romagnoli’s first start since March 7 against Hellas Verona.

Still technically the captain, he lost his place to January signing Tomori.

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Wednesday April 28 2021
Milan negotiate Tomori discount

Fikayo Tomori met with Milan directors this evening, amid reports the club is trying to negotiate a discount on the €28m Chelsea clause.

The defender moved to San Siro on loan in January with an option to buy worth €28m.

He has impressed so much in the last few months that he effectively pushed captain Alessio Romagnoli to the bench.

Tomori has taken over as first choice centre-back alongside Simon Kjaer.

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Tuesday April 27 2021
Media watch: Tomori humiliated by Lazio

The Italian sports pages claims Milan centre-back Fikayo Tomori has ‘lost his edge’ after another poor performance against Lazio.

The Chelsea loanee is being criticised by the sports pages after the 3-0 defeat to Lazio and La Gazzetta dello Sport claims the second goal was ‘especially’ his fault.

The newspaper continued to claim the English defender ‘has lost his edge’, pointing out that he ‘never played in London, but now he always plays’.

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Monday April 12 2021
Report: Milan work to sign Tomori

Milan have reportedly entered talks with Chelsea over a permanent deal for centre-back Fikayo Tomori.

The English defender arrived on loan in January and has proved to be a reliable asset for Stefano Pioli’s defence.

The coach reportedly hopes to continue with Fikayo at the back next term, but the option to buy for €28m remains a stumbling block.

The Sun reports Milan are in talks with the Blues to possibly lower the price-tag.

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Saturday April 10 2021
Pioli: 'Ibrahimovic denies he insulted ref'

Stefano Pioli reveals what Zlatan Ibrahimovic said to get himself sent off against Parma and warns Milan they ‘wasted too much energy’ thinking about the future.

The 3-1 victory at the Stadio Tardini was very hard fought, because after Ante Rebic and Franck Kessie goals, Ibrahimovic saw red for dissent an hour in.

They held on for the three points and Rafael Leao came off the bench to seal the result in stoppages.

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Tuesday March 30 2021
Tomori: 'I want to impress Maldini'

Milan centre-back Fikayo Tomori aims to become 'one of the best defenders in the world' and wants to impress Paolo Maldini at San Siro. ‘It’s like having Lionel Messi as a sporting director for a striker’.

The English defender arrived from Chelsea on loan with an option to buy for €28m in January and the young centre-back said he strives to impress technical director Paolo Maldini.

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Sunday March 28 2021
Mixed reports over Dalot destiny

There are very different reports in Italy and England regarding Diogo Dalot’s future, as Milan seem ready to send him back to Manchester United.

In England, The Metro newspaper claims that a £12m offer has been made to keep the full-back on a permanent basis.

He is currently on loan and Manchester United paid £19m to sign him from FC Porto in the summer of 2018.

However, this is an outlier of a report, because in Italy all sources are confident the Rossoneri have very different priorities on the transfer market.

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Friday March 26 2021
Tomori earning rave reviews at Milan

Deemed surplus to requirements under Frank Lampard, Chelsea loanee Fikayo Tomori has fully embraced the opportunity at Milan who should not think twice about a permanent stay, writes Matt Santangelo.

Frozen out of the picture at Chelsea under Frank Lampard, Fikayo Tomori headed to Milan on loan this past January. The Italian side held an estimated €28 million option to make the  move permanent and will make “everything” to redeem him from the Blues, said the honorary Rossoneri vice president Franco Baresi.

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Friday March 26 2021
Baresi: ‘Milan determined to keep hold of Tomori and Donnarumma’

Milan’s honorary vice president Franco Baresi confirms the Rossoneri want to keep hold of Fikayo Tomori but insists it’s doesn’t depend on the club only.

The Englishman joined Milan on loan from Chelsea in January. The deal came with a €28m option to buy, but the Serie A giants are negotiating a lower fee with the Blues.

“We’ll do everything to sign him on a permanent deal,” Baresi told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

“Two months are remaining until the end of the season, and it’s not only up to Milan.

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