Chelsea Plan to Sell Several First Team Players This Summer, Including Tomori
Milan Set to Decide on €28 Million Fikayo Tomori Signing
Thomas Tuchel is set to clear out some of his Chelsea squad this summer, with the club working on various sales ahead of the summer transfer window.
Fikayo Tomori is waiting to find out if AC Milan will pay the €28 million fee that Chelsea are demanding for his signature. Tomori has had a successful loan spell at Milan since joining the Italian club in January.
The 23-year-old has impressed since joining the club and has taken club captain Alessio Romagnoli’s place in the starting 11. The decision to pay Chelsea’s asking price for a permanent move is set to be made by Milan next week.
Victor Moses has reached an agreement to join Spartak Moscow this summer. Moses spent several years of his Chelsea career on loan at other clubs and has not found a place in the team there since Antonio Conte departed in 2018.
The Nigerian international spent most of this season on loan at Spartak and will leave Stamford Bridge after nine years at the club.
Tiemoue Bakayoko and Emerson Palmieri are set to leave Chelsea this summer as well. No suitor has been found for either, but Romano confirmed today that they are set to exit the London club.
Bakayoko signed for £40 million in 2017 after impressing at Monaco in the side that included Kylian Mbappe, Fabinho, and Bernardo Silva. The midfielder struggled to impress Antonio Conte and has spent most of his time at the club on loan. His contract expires in 2022, meaning he will likely leave for a more than reasonable transfer fee.
Emerson has made just two appearances this season, failing to impress Frank Lampard or Thomas Tuchel since his arrival in January. Reports suggest Chelsea want a fee in the region of £17 million for the 26-year-old full-back.
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