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Liverpool are one of the sides interested in bringing Fikayo Tomori back to the Premier League this summer.

According to 90min, Tomori is keen to return to England in order to help his international ambitions. As a result, several Premier League sides have reportedly been tracking his recent displays.

Arsenal, Manchester United, Newcastle and Chelsea were all said to be watching the 25-year-old during AC Milan’s recent draw with Roma.

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Liverpool weren’t in attendance, but are claimed to be ‘known admirers’ of Tomori.

As he aims to become a more regular fixture of Gareth Southgate’s squads, Tomori is said to see a return to England as the ‘best route’ to doing that.

Tomori contemplates Premier League return

As they look for a new centre-half this summer, Tomori could be perfect for Liverpool. Home-grown, a good age and still with potential to reach, he’s arguably the ideal candidate. Rio Ferdinand once described him as being ‘very quick’ [Football London], and he should possess the tools to thrive in the Reds’ high line.

The one hitch could be the price-tag. With Milan in the Champions League semi-final, there’s still a chance that his stock rises even further this season.

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Should the Italian’s win an unlikely Champions League title for example, his value to the Rossoneri would sky-rocket.

However, even if that does come to pass, if Tomori is keen to return home there won’t be much Milan can do to stop him. They won’t offer the wages the former Chelsea man could get in the Premier League. If he pushes for a move he’ll probably end up getting it.

For now, it appears as though other clubs may be slightly more interested than Liverpool. If he is one the market though, you can expect that scramble to involve near-enough every top side in the country.

Being a former Chelsea man, perhaps a move back to Stamford Bridge would appeal to Tomori. But should he wish to wipe the slate clean and start again in England, Liverpool could be the ideal place to do that right now.

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