Roma have made their decision on striker Tammy Abraham ahead of the summer window, MySportDab reports.
The England striker has been on a good form since leaving Chelsea for Italy which has seen him established himself as a goal machine.
Top European clubs have been linked with a move for Tammy Abraham ahead of the summer transfer window fast approaching.
Chelsea are also considering bringing him back with them still have a €80 million release clause on his contract which could see them activate it.
The player who wasn’t convinced enough to remain with the club by Thomas Tuchel has now been another error once again taken by them.
Romelu Lukaku have failed to live up to expectations by the club despite them letting Olivier Giroud and Tammy Abraham leave Stamford Bridge.
They have been struggling to score goals, but of recent Kai Havertz has taken the responsibility of being the striker of the team with Lukaku and Timo Werner misfiring.
Tammy Abraham who was sold for €48 million has been doing the job in Roma, and he is already attracting interest from top clubs who will be looking to lure him away from Italy.
According to Fabrizio Romano, the club won’t be looking to allow him leave anytime soon as they are keeping the striker for now.
Here Is What Was Said:
“AS Roma have no intention to sell Tammy Abraham in the summer.
“He’s performing at top level and he’s really happy with the club, José Mourinho and personal life in Italy.
“Buy back clause for Chelsea will be only valid in July 2023 – and it’s worth €80m.
For now Roma is not interested in selling the player who has been supplying them with all the goals they needed going forward for the season.
Tammy Abraham already set a record despite it being his first season playing for the club which is still expected to add more records to the team history.