Nigeria born England international Fikayo Tomori says he hopes to learn a whole lot from his new club Ac Milan.
The Chelsea ace who moved over to the Italian capital this month on loan has already made a debut for the club in the coppa Italia said it has been fun so far
“It was a great feeling to train with great players like [Zlatan] Ibrahimovic and [Mario] Mandzukic. I can learn a lot.
“I’m also ready to learn from their personalities. I want to improve and learn from these great players.
Tomori impressed on his debut against Inter in the Derby della Madonnina, despite Milan’s eventual elimination from the Coppa Italia.
Tomori who made his debut for England alongside Tammy Abraham in 2019 describe derby matches as serious business no matter the league.
“Even in the Premier League, matches are played with great aggression. Derbies are very intense matches.
“I’m very happy to be here. We are in a positive moment, I want to contribute. I will give everything on the pitch, with great desire and determination.
“There are differences on a technical-tactical level. The English game is more aggressive and physical, but here I have to pay more attention to tactics. Although the English premiership remains destination point for most players, Tomori insists there is nothing wrong with English players going abroad to equally experience what it is like.
“It’s a positive thing. Even in England, people are beginning to think that there’s not just the Premier League.
“Before, the British were not very inclined to go abroad, while it can be important to gain experience abroad,” the 23 year old defender told football italia