Tomori has moved to Milan Debuted on behalf of Milan during the defeat of the season long loan Internazionale In the Coppa Italia quarterfinals.
23 years old follow in the footsteps Jadon Sancho As one of the many young British players migrating abroad, he said this kind of experience was good for the country.
“Many people are aware that football has more to do than the Premier League and England,” Tomori told reporters. “I talk to many English players, and they always say:’Why players Brazil Or Argentina moves 16 and 17, but British players don’t seem to leave England much.
“I think it’s definitely positive that many young British players want to leave the UK and are willing to try new things, learn new languages and different playing styles. It only benefits the national team.
“Going abroad gives us a different perspective on football as a whole, not just the Premier League and England, and we can be in the comfort zone. Outside the comfort zone, we can definitely train people and players.”
In Chelsea, Tomori was playing with a former Milan captain Thiago Silva He said he leaned against the former Brazil Ask your international teammates and other Stamford Bridge teammates for advice before moving.
“His English isn’t very good, so I talked to Thiago very easily, but no one said bad things about Milan or Serie A.”
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