Milan defender Fikayo Tomori has now extended his contract at the Rossoneri.
Tomori was vital to Milan’s performances in their efforts to win the Scudetto last season, as the club rode on a very solid defence which was marshalled by the Englishman and Fikayo Tomori to pick up the league title.
The Rossoneri have now confirmed that Tomori has extended his deal at the club till the summer of 2027 and his previous deal ran out in the summer of 2025.
Tomori had initially arrived at Milan on a loan deal from Chelsea but after impressing in that spell, the centre-back signed for Milan on a permanent basis last summer and became a very reliable player at the back for Stefano Pioli’s side. The 24-year-old made 31 appearances last season and also played in five Champions League games, scoring once. He didn’t just play on the right side of the defence but also played on the left side of the defence.