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Alla Zakarian

17-01-2021 | 21:21 Football

Chelsea boss Lampard could be forced into transfer U-turn after Marina Granovskaia request

Chelsea could end up sealing a loan exit for defender Fikayo Tomori this month to help fund Frank Lampard's transfer plans. Tomori has been linked with a move away from the Blues in recent weeks. Lampard revealed on Friday that he believes Tomori can still have a successful career with the club. But his comments have highlighted a potential U-turn regarding his transfer plans for Tomori. The Blues manager suggested in November that he was happy to see the defender turn down a proposal to join cross-city rivals West Ham United temporarily but now appears to be keen to let him leave in search of regular minutes. Chelsea transfer chief Marina Granovskaia reportedly told Lampard ahead of this month's transfer window that the club would need to sell players to fund new additions. According to Italian outlet Sport Mediaset, AC Milan have offered a sum in the region of £890,000 in exchange for Tomori until the end of the season. However, Granovskaia has asked the Serie A giants to stump up £2.6million.
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