Date: 1st January 2019 at 12:20pm
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It doesn’t seem that long ago that the media were suggesting AC Milan were preparing to cut short the season-long loan spell of Tiemoue Bakayoko.

The 24-year-old French midfielder, after a poor season at Stamford Bridge, had moved to Serie A to try and get his career back on track.

But things didn’t, initially, get any better and talk of an early return to Stamford Bridge were prevalent.

However, it now appears that things have turned full circle.

After a run of decent performances, it appears, according to the news source, the Daily Mail, Bakayoko and AC Milan could become a permanent item.

Our referenced source is reporting that the option AC Milan have in the loan deal, whereby they have the opportunity to turn it into a permanent deal, could be exercised.

Furthermore, our quoted source is also reporting that Bakayoko quite fancies the move and is enjoying life in Italy.

Now, whilst many will agree that Bakayoko had a torrid time in a Chelsea shirt last season, could this be a case of, perhaps, we should have persevered with the player?

Your thoughts on the subject matter, in our comment facility beneath this article, would be most appreciated.

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