AC Milan midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko has revealed that his long-term future at the Italian club is not certain despite recent reports which claimed that the Italians are willing to turn his loan deal into a permanent one.
Frenchman Tiemoue Bakayoko is on a season-long loan at Italian Serie A giants AC Milan from Chelsea having joined them at the start of this campaign.
The player told France Football that his future is a blur to him at the moment before revealing that his immediate target is to make sure that Champions League football returns to the San Siro.
Bakayoko wants to help AC Milan return to Europe’s premier club competition after a five-year absence.
AC Milan can make his loan deal permanent for just €35m as stipulated in the loan contract that took him to the club from West London giants Chelsea last summer.
The midfielder became surplus to requirements at Chelsea at the start of the season after failing to perform to the height expected at the club following his £40m transfer from French Ligue 1 giants AS Monaco in 2017.
Tiemoue Bakayoko rose to prominence on the European stage after he played a major role for AS Monaco as they ended their 17-year league drought by winning the Ligue 1 title in 2017 in addition to reaching the semifinals of the Champions League in the same season.