Milan and Tomori Inches Away from Striking Renewal Deal

Milan defender Fikayo Tomori has all his heart set on staying put at the San Siro for many years to come after the Englishman professed his love for the Rossoneri shirt time and again in the past. The Chelsea youth product is bound to sign a contract renewal deal with Milan, extending his stay until the summer of 2027 – two years over his current deal.

The Canada-born stopper played a key role in Milan’s run at a first Scudetto title in over a decade last season, as he garnered 40 uninterrupted appearances throughout the campaign.

Both the club and the player’s entourage are working close towards finalizing the extension deal, with the defender himself not paying mind to what he earns currently.

Similar to the renewal negotiations held with Sandro Tonali and Theo Hernandez, where their net wages didn’t play a huge role in influencing their decision to stay, Tomori seems to be going down the same road.

He has etched himself as a fan favorite in his two seasons so far. The England stopper currently earns a figure of  €2M net per season in wages, but irrespective of his silence on the salary part, it is understood that Milan will increase it too around the €3.5-4M mark.

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