Before the end of the transfer window, West Ham United had approached the loan of Chelsea defender Tomori, but the deal was eventually stopped by the player himself.
According to TALKSport reporter Jim White, West Ham United is willing to pay a high loan fee in order to lease Tomory.
In addition to the loan fee, West Ham United even reached a somewhat "crazy" compensation agreement with Chelsea. If Tomory is not on West Ham United’s list of matches, West Ham United will pay Chelsea £50,000 for each game. Compensation.
The news pointed out that Chelsea and West Ham had reached an agreement, but two minutes before closing the window, Tomori himself called the deal to stop.