Chelsea have reached an agreement with AC Milan for the loan transfer of defender Fikayo Tomori, which includes an option to buy.
Tomori makes the move in search of regular game time after only featuring four times for Chelsea this season under Frank Lampard - just one of those came in the Premier League and that was back in September, coming off the bench against Liverpool.
After constant negotiations, a deal has been reached between the two parties for Tomori, it has been confirmed.
Tomori will initially join Milan on a six-month loan deal until the end of the season, with a view to making the move permanent.
Milan have already sent the contract to the Serie A headquarters as the move closes in.
"We wanted Fikayo Tomori last summer also, he's always been one of our targets. He's perfect for our squad..."
Lampard previously said that although Tomori is heading out on loan, he still has a long-term future in west London. That is now out of his hands.