Former Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori has answered questions about a possible return to Stamford Bridge in the future.
The 23-year-old went through the club’s academy and went on to make 27 first-team appearances, scoring two goals. He was allowed to join Italian giants AC Milan on loan during the January transfer window.
Milan The bosses were impressed by his strong displays in the second half of the 2020-21 campaign and opened talks with Chelsea about a permanent move.
The Rossoneris finally secured their services by parting ways with £ 24 million.
In an interview with DAZN, Tomori He was asked about Chelsea and his former teammate Tammy Abraham.
The English striker linked to José Mourinho in Roma in an offer of 34 million pounds sterling.
“I’m very happy for him,” said Tomori (via SemperMilan). “We talk almost every day. We started playing for Chelsea when I was 7 years old and then we made it to the first team. That’s where you want to go when you grow up, but you don’t know if it will ever happen.
“I remember when I scored the first goal and he scored a hat-trick, it was the best day of our life.”
The center-back continued: “Go back to Chelsea with him? Now I feel very good in Milan, I love Milan.
“Obviously Chelsea has been a very important part of my life for 15 years and I managed to make my dreams come true by playing in all competitions, but now I am very happy in Milan and I am happy with what we are doing; now we also have the Champions League at last and maybe we can win it like Chelsea ”.
Tomori’s departure was initially thought to be a mistake, but coach Thomas Tuchel seems to be coping well without him.
The German has César Azpilicueta, Andreas Christensen, Thiago Silva and a rejuvenated Antonio Rudiger behind.
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