Tammy Abraham moved to AS Roma last summer.
Former Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham is planning to make a Stamford Bridge return. As per the Friday’s paper edition of Italian outlet Corriere dello Sport (h/t Daily Star), former Chelsea man Tammy Abraham has said he ‘would like to go home one day’ in order to conquer the Premier League.
The forward moved to AS Roma last summer, with the Champions League winners agreeing on a permanent move for their academy graduate.
Abraham’s move to Serie A has seen him link up with former Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho. The Blues forward is leading the line for Roma and turning into their first-choice striker.
Reports claim that the 24-year-old wants to return to Premier League, with the club being able to activate the buy-back clause they inserted in the transfer deal with Roma in July 2023.
There is no doubt, Chelsea marked him as one for the future, given that they took the liberty to insert such a caveat in the contract. Meanwhile, Chelsea will still need to pay around £72m for the Englishman, by the time the clause becomes active in 2023.
The Englishman has excelled in Serie A since his move last summer and scored 10 times. He scored six goals in six appearances at UEFA Conference League for Roma.
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