England international Fikayo Tomori puts pen to paper on a new AC Milan contract

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The 24-year-old's new deal will keep him at the San Siro until the summer of 2027.

Tomori, who joined the Rossoneri from Chelsea back in 2021 following an initial loan spell, helped the team to a historic league title last season. The player earned his first England call-up in October 2019 and made his first appearance for the Three Lions against Kosovo in a Euro 2020 qualifier. Tomori was last in action for Gareth Southgate's side in a goalless Nations League draw against Italy at Molineux. A Milan statement read: "Fikayo proved his quality on the field immediately and earned the affection of the Rossoneri fans. Tomori and Milan will continue their journey together." In a video released by the club, the England centre-back said: "Hi to all the Milan fans. I'm delighted to have renewed my contract with the club. I can't wait to see you all at San Siro."

The player has made 62 appearances for the club since joining on loan from Chelsea. A total of 31 came in the Serie A last season. Tomori made 27 outings for Chelsea during his time at Stamford Bridge, including 15 Premier League appearances during the 2019/20 campaign. The England defender has also played away on loan at Brighton, Hull City and Derby County.

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