As Chelsea considers a £96.4 million double agreement with the club, Tomori issues a warning to the Blues

As Chelsea considers a £96.4 million double agreement with the club, Tomori issues a warning to the Blues.

Fikayo Tomori, a former Chelsea defender, has issued a stern warning to the Blues players ahead of tonight’s Champions League match between Chelsea and AC Milan, saying that he is not there to play but rather to battle and prove his value on the field.

“I kind of thought we would get Chelsea before the draw came out, so the fact that it has happened today is incredibly exciting,” former Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori told Italian media.

For me, it raised a suspicion. I recall that when it was released, all of my pals said, “You knew it, you knew it!

“It’s good to see them again, but if you ask them, I’m sure it’s the same for them.

“Once you go over that white line and the first whistle rings, it’s kind of like we’re no longer buddies,” the Englishman stated in reference to his strategy for Chelsea.

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Tomori continued, “We’re fighting for the three points.

Tomori is face Chelsea for the first time since leaving Stamford Bridge in January 2021.

In the match against Milan, Chelsea will also face up against a former player when Olivier Giroud visits the city.

Blues want to sign a £96.4 million two-deal with the club.

Josko Gvardiol and Christopher Nkunku could soon be acquired by Chelsea with a double raid on RB Leipzig, claims 90min.

According to the source, when the summer transfer market closed, the Blues and the Bundesliga team remained in contact. It is actually believed that personal terms with Nkunku and Gvardiol are already in place, so all that is left for Todd Boehly and company to do is reach a final agreement with Leipzig on the transfer payments.

Gvardiol was rejected by Chelsea after a last-minute bid to sign him in the summer. For a possible relocation in 2023, Nkunku, on the other hand, received a covert medical. An estimated £52.8 million will be paid for the Nkunku agreement. On the other hand, Gvardiol is rumored to have a release clause worth £43.6 million.

Consequently, the proposed double swoop may be worth £96.4 million. However, due to the possibility of bidding wars sparked by their strong performances in Qatar, RB Leipzig are hesitant to part with either of their possibilities before the World Cup.

Chelsea aims to close these agreements well in advance of the start of the transfer window in order to beat competing offers and stay clear of any last-minute snafus like the one involving Wesley Fofana last summer.

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