One of the big question marks regarding Chelsea’s summer transfer window will be whether or not Milan decide to spend €28m on Fikayo Tomori.

The defender was loaned to Milan for the second half of the campaign back when Frank Lampard was still in charge, and he’s excelled since his arrival.

So much so that not a day goes by without some mention of the transfer fee and how Paolo Maldini and co. would be crazy not to secure his services permanently, but this isn’t something the centre-back is thinking about now.

He’s fully focused on the task at hand, which is to try and knock out Manchester United from the Europa League, and he revealed in the press conference before the game that he had yet to speak with Thomas Tuchel.

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He said, relayed by TuttoMercatoWeb: “[Chelsea] are fine, they are satisfied and there is a good atmosphere. I have not heard from Tuchel, but I understand that he has to deal with what happens at Chelsea and I with what happens at Milan. There is nothing wrong with that”.

Considering there have been reports the German manager wants Tomori at Stamford Bridge next season, it would be strange for him not to make that aware to the player if he did.

Then again, as the England international explained, there is still time for that to take place, and there are more important things for Tuchel to do at this moment in time, such as redress the situation left by Frank Lampard.