AC Milan are in advanced negotiations with Chelsea over a permanent deal for Fikayo Tomori, according to multiple sources.
Tomori spent the second half of the 2020/2021 campaign on loan at the San Siro.
The England defender did enough across 22 appearances to convince the Rossoneri that he is worth keeping around.
Chelsea included a purchase option for Milan in the loan agreement that was struck back in January.
Serie A heavyweights were made aware that it would cost them £26 million ($37m) to keep the 23-year-old in Italy.
The Rossoneri would like to lower that asking price, or pay in full over a series of instalments.
Said discussions have been delaying a definitive decision being made, with talks still ongoing.
Nigerian singer Oluwatobiloba Daniel Anidugbe also known as Kizz Daniel has taken to social media to share a video of his adorable twins who arrived a month ago.
A new month is said to yield new blessings. This is no different for the award-winning singer who shared the same birthday with his twins.
As today is the beginning of a new month, the entertainer has decided to wish you all his fans a happy new month on behalf of his sons.
In a lovely video he shared on his Instagram page, he captioned:
ʜᴀᴘᴘʏ ɴᴇᴡ ᴍᴏɴᴛʜ ꜰʀᴏᴍ ᴅ’ɢʀᴇᴀᴛꜱ
KFN recalls that many of...
Toyin Abraham has stated that she has never and can never be friends with colleague, Lizzy Anjorin.
The rift between the actresses started in 2007 when Lizzy Anjorin allegedly accused Toyin Abraham of running the popular blog called Gistlover and other several Instagram accounts to troll her and her other colleagues in the industry.
She also said Toyin fed the blog a fake story about her being arrested on her way to Saudi Arabia for carrying cocaine which is not true.
The fight became more intense again after Toyin Abraham had her baby Ire and Lizzy was accused of not sending a congratulatory message to her and this resulted into a feud between Toyin Abraham’s fans and Lizzy Anjorin who rained insults on Lizzy and Toyin kept mute...
Contrary to reports that he was assassinated, the family of the registrar of the National Examinations Council (NECO), Godswill Obioma, has said he died from a brief illness.
According to a message shared with the examinations council management by the son of the late professor of Education Measurement and Evaluation, Godswill Obioma the 2nd, Mr Obioma died on Monday afternoon.
The short message reads in part; “Dear Sir, this is to formally inform you that my father, Prof. Godswill Obioma, the registrar/chief executive officer of NECO passed to eternal glory yesterday 31/5/2021 after a brief illness.
“We request that you kindly notify the board, management, and the entire staff of the Council of this development.
“We shall keep you duly informed.”