Serie A giants seeking atleast €50m from Man United for former PL star

AC Milan want €50–60 million for Manchester United target Fikayo Tomori

Serie A giants AC Milan will consider parting ways with Manchester United target Fikayo Tomori for €50–60 million next summer, according to Calcio Mercato.

If the Rosoneri are unable to qualify for next season’s Champions League campaign, they may opt to sell one of their defenders. The England international is one of the players the Italian outfit could cash in on.

The Red Devils have set their sights on the former Chelsea centre-back. In the upcoming transfer window, the Old Trafford side will look to bolster their backline.

AC Milan want €50–60 million for Manchester United target Fikayo Tomori.
AC Milan are open to selling Manchester United target Fikayo Tomori next summer. (Photo by ALBERTO PIZZOLI/AFP via Getty Images)

As things stand, Milan are yet to secure a place in the top four in Serie A. The Italian league has several teams fighting to qualify for the UCL. Therefore, it will be a challenging task for the Rosoneri.

Stefano Pioli’s team have relied on Tomori in the current campaign. He has been partnered with Simon Kjaer. However, the San Siro side also have promising defenders like Pierre Kalulu and Malick Thiaw in their ranks.

The England international initially joined Milan on loan from Chelsea. However, over the last two seasons, the 25-year-old has made himself a pivotal part of the Rosnoneri’s starting lineup, winning the league in the previous campaign.

United’s defence is stacked for now. Lisandro Martinez and Raphael Varane have formed a formidable duo at the Old Trafford side under Erik ten Hag. The Dutch manager has preferred the Argentine and French nationals’ partnership in our backline.

We also have Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof in our ranks. However, the two have spent most of their time on the bench since the former Ajax head coach’s appointment.

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Thus, it would not come as a surprise if our skipper or the Sweden international wanted a fresh start elsewhere next summer. In that case, someone like Tomori, with Premier League experience, is a decent option to have on our radar.