Chelsea given all clear to try and sign £84M valued star from Italians


Roma are reportedly ready to sell long-term CHELSEA target Tammy Abraham to avoid Financial Fair Play sanctions.

Since making the move to Italian football in the summer of 2021 – Abraham has gone on to develop himself as the number one striker at Roma and a man that Jose Mourinho can really rely on.

He has banged in close to 40 goals in just over 100 apearances and his performances has led to alot of speculation in the media that a move back to the Premier League could be on the cards – with a number of clubs interested.

Now – it seems that we have been handed a boost after it has been claimed that Roma may be forced into selling the striker.

The Serie A side had hoped to win the Europa League and qualify for the Champions League and claim the riches that would have followed, but that never and instead they must now meet the financial fair play regulations.

And if Abraham is available for a reasonable fee for Premier League sides, it would seem an attractive option.

Abraham has previously admitted that he is happy in Italy, as he said on “I’ve become more confident and have learnt a lot about myself.

“At Chelsea, I was known as ‘the academy player’, and I think coming here I’ve realised it’s time to bring out my personality and show the world what I can do.

“It’s been an amazing experience learning about a different culture and seeing a different area of life.

“It’s something I’ll treasure even more looking back when my career has finished.”


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