Latest Update: The Blues have Agreed £30Million Buyout Clause With Italian Club For Defender
Chelsea are looking to head back into the transfer market this coming summer.
Despite spending a staggering amount in the excess of £200million last summer, results haven’t gone well for the Blues over the past months and it seems as though Frank Lampard will be tempted go shopping once again in order to reenforce his side in the transfer window.
Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Braut Haaland and West Ham midfielder Declan Rice are been heavily linked with a move to Stamford Bridge this summer, with reports claiming Chelsea are ready to pay more than Haaland’s transfer release clause.
However, the Blues may need to offload a number of stars from the squad free up space for their targets and according to the Daily Express, Chelsea have agreed a £30million buyout clause in their loan deal with Italian side AC Milan for Fikayo Tomori.
The defender has struggled to hold down a regular spot at the club following the arrival of Thiago Silva last summer, making just four appearances this season across all competitions.
Tomori will now join AC Milan on loan for the rest of the season, and the Serie A outfits will be required to pay £25million plus £5million in add-ons if they decide to sign him on permanent basis.