Tomori’s heart may have left Chelsea

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Chelsea loanee Fikayo Tomori has admitted in a recent interview that he’s focused on his current club AC Milan, and isn’t thinking of his parent club, Chelsea.

Tomori moved to AC Milan on loan during the January transfer window, and Milan have an option to buy the Chelsea defender for £25m.

The 23-year-old has already made four appearances this season for Milan, and has impressed in those games. AC Milan are now believed to be keen on keeping Tomori.

The Chelsea academy product has his heart set on his current club and is keen to give his best and make the squad for the Euros tournament this summer.

“There was nothing much to think really. Once I switched to Milan it was all about Milan,” he told the BBC. “Whatever happens at Chelsea, happens at Chelsea.”

“I’d be lying if I said I’m not thinking about it, of course I am,” he added.

“But at the moment I’m taking it game by game, week by week and hopefully at the end of the season I have a Scudetto and I’m in the England squad.”

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