“Seems to be really difficult” – Former Chelsea star reacts to the club's ownership situation


Former Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori has expressed concerns about the ongoing ownership conundrum at the club. He has hoped that the situation would be sorted as quickly as possible.

 Tomori left the Blues in the summer window of 2021 in search of regular playing time. Within doing so, the Englishman joined Italian giants AC Milan and has become an integral part of Stefano Pioli's side thanks to his consistent performances.

Although the centre-half has departed the London club, he has voiced his worry for the situation at the club post Roman Abramovich receiving sanctions from the UK government. Speaking to Gazzetta, Tomori commented on the recent goings on at Chelsea (via Fabrizio Romano ).

“I’ m super happy with AC Milan, the group here is amazing. The Chelsea situation seems to be really difficult - with many people in the club suffering”

“I hope that decisions will be made as soon as possible to help the club”

Tomori has enjoyed a lot of success since leaving London and some believe that the young centre-back should've got an England call-up ahead of Harry Maguire and Tyrone Mings.

 He has started all but one of the 22 Serie A games he has played and his contributions have helped Milan reach the top of the table, three points ahead of second-placed Napoli.

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