England’s Fikayo Tomori ‘settled’ at Milan after ‘troublesome’ Chelsea finish

England centre-back Fikayo Tomori says the top of his time at Chelsea was “troublesome” however he’s now “settled” at AC Milan.

The 23-year-old’s solely England cap got here in November 2019 however he’s within the Three Lions squad for his or her World Cup qualifiers with Andorra and Hungary.

Tomori has performed 31 occasions for Milan since becoming a member of in January, in an preliminary mortgage transfer made everlasting in the summertime.

“I am actually joyful that it has gone effectively thus far,” he mentioned.

“We now have began the brand new season effectively [unbeaten in Serie A], the membership has proven numerous religion in me. I really feel actually settled and it has led me to be right here.”

Tomori broke into the Chelsea crew in 2019-20, taking part in 19 occasions by the top of December and making his England debut as a late substitute in Kosovo.

However he solely performed six occasions in the entire of 2020 and as soon as in January 2021 earlier than becoming a member of Milan.

“It was a troublesome time, each footballer desires to play and I acquired the chance to do this at Milan,” he mentioned.

“I did not dwell on it, it’s a part of soccer and a part of life. I am actually joyful and had assist system with my household and pals.

“I consider so [that he’s justified the move]. Within the tail-end of my time at Chelsea I wasn’t within the England squad. To go to Milan and be again in it, one thing should have gone proper.”

Canada-born Tomori hopes for the possibility to win his second England cap in Andorra on Saturday or at Wembley towards Hungary on Tuesday (each 19:45 BST).

“There’s undoubtedly an opportunity to impress,” he mentioned. “I will present myself on the coaching pitch and if I get an opportunity on the pitch I am going to try this. I am going to simply do what the supervisor asks me to do.”

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