The 24-year-old English centre back quickly became a core player for Stefano Pioli following his initial arrival from Chelsea in January 2021, and he played an instrumental in their successful Scudetto run last season, keeping the defence tight and focused.
Tomori agreed to the terms of a new five-year contract with the club yesterday and he arrived at the club’s headquarters at around 8pm local time this evening to put pen to paper on the new deal.
Tomori’s new contract will see his salary rise from the current €1.8m net per season and his long-term future will be further guaranteed.
Milan are also expecting to finalise contract renewals for both Sandro Tonali and Pierre Kalulu in the coming days, locking down their Scudetto stars. Talks are also ongoing to iron out an agreement with star forward Rafael Leao.