Tuchel told Seria A winner ‘will be a superb’ signing for Chelsea

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Scott Minto has advised Chelsea to try and bring Serie A winner Fikayo Tomori back to Stamford Bridge in the summer window – claiming he would be a superb signing

It is no secret that Chelsea will need to delve into that transfer kitty in the coming transfer window as a number of players are all set to depart the club – and it means that Thomas Tuchel is eyeing up a number of possible signings

Tomori is rated as one of the best young centre-backs in the game and after the club decided to let him leave the club – he has tasted glory with AC Milan this season, winning the Scudetto as one of the Rossoneri’s most important players.

And with the fact that we will need to sign a new defender in the transfer window – Minto has opened up and advised the incoming board to make a move and try to bring him back to the Premier League

Minto told Kick Off on talkSPORT: “I think he would be superb.

“I saw him at Derby and thought he was brilliant, he was Derby’s player of the year, and he lifted himself up whenever he played in a Chelsea shirt.

“I remember him almost man-marking Salah out of the game one time at the Bridge, he was superb, and he’s come on without a doubt.

“So give him another year, then bring him back. I’d say to him: ‘Look, have one more season, then do you fancy coming back to the Bridge?’”

IcChelseanews View…

It was a massive mistake from the club to let Tomori leave the club – he was a rising talent for the club

He has gone to Italian football – developed into one of the best in the League – helped the Italians to another title and really looks like a man that is the idea replacement for Rudiger

Jamie

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