Italian giants, AC Milan are hesitating on sealing a permanent deal for Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori.
The English centre-half began excellently at the San Siro club back in January, but has since made some individual errors.
Reports as per prominent outlet Gazzetta Dello Sport, Milan are unsure whether Tomori would be worth the big fee that Chelsea would want for his permanent signature.
Tomori’s recent errors mean the club may move on from him when the season concludes, unless he is available for a knockdown fee.
Another loan to Milan or a different team next term may be a possibility, as there does not appear to be any place for Tomori in the Chelsea first team.
However, there is also suspicion the leak from the Milan camp could be a ploy as they want Chelsea to lower their transfer demands for the 23-year-old.
The Blues want Milan to honour the purchase they included in his loan deal, which currently stands at £26m.