EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Fikayo Tomori Reveals The Country He’ll Play For

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Fikayo Tomori Reveals The Country He’ll Play For

Chelsea defender Fikayo Tomori has given the condition needed to play for the Super Eagles of Nigeria in his latest interview with popular English news outlet DailyMail.

Fikayo Tomori is eligible to play for three countries.

The young Chelsea defender can play for three-time African champions Nigeria and can also play for Canada since his parents are Canadians.

Fikayo Tomori can also feature for the Three Lions of England since he lives there as an employee of West London giants Chelsea.

In his interview with the Daily Mail, Fikayo Tomori hinted that he would play for the first national team that offers him a call-up.

Fikayo Tomori spent last season on loan at Derby County where he led the club to the Championship playoffs.

He was a key member of the Derby County team that reached the playoff final before they were beaten by Aston Villa who gained promotion to the Premier League as a result.

Frank Lampard was his manager at Derby County and the former England international midfielder is still his manager on his return to Chelsea this summer.

Fikayo Tomori recently scored his first senior goal for Chelsea during the Premier League clash at the home of Wolverhampton Wanderers.

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He scored a stunning goal as Chelsea beat Wolves 5-2 in their penultimate league game.

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