Chelsea are expecting offers for Fikayo Tomori this summer if AC Milan don’t take up the option to sign him permanently.
Tomori joined the Rossoneri on loan in January with the option to buy for £26m at the end of the season.
He has been a huge hit in his 14 appearances for the Serie A giants, but it is unclear whether he will stay with the club next season.
Milan are looking to lower the buy clause, but the Blues are adamant that there is no room for negotiations over the price tag.
Hence, there is the possibility that Tomori could return to Stamford Bridge, but he does not appear to have a future with the club.
According to The Sun, the Blues are prepared to listen to offers for Tomori amid Milan’s reluctance to trigger the buy clause.
The 23-year-old barely played under former Blues boss Frank Lampard this term, and the hierarchy are bracing for his permanent departure.