Tammy Abraham Eyes Premier League Return

Tammy Abraham Eyes Premier League Return

Former Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham, now fit after a 10-month knee injury, is expected to attract bids from Premier League clubs.

Tammy Abraham Eyeing Premier League Return

Tammy Abraham might return to the Premier League this summer, with several clubs monitoring his situation. Roma anticipates bids for Abraham, who has regained fitness after a 10-month knee injury.

West Ham United, Tottenham Hotspur, and Aston Villa are all seeking strikers, considering Abraham as a potential target. Spurs haven’t made a firm decision yet, while Villa’s interest depends on Jhon Duran’s possible move to Chelsea.

Abraham is also attracting interest from European clubs, providing the 26-year-old with various options. He recently scored as a substitute, proving his scoring prowess in both Italy and England.

Abraham’s Journey and Potential Transfer

During a loan season at Villa, Abraham scored 26 goals in 40 games before returning to Chelsea, where he netted 18 goals followed by 12 goals, despite being sidelined by Thomas Tuchel, before being sold to Roma.

In his debut campaign in Italy, Abraham scored a career-best 27 goals in 53 games, followed by nine goals in his second season.

With two years left on his Roma contract and 11 England caps to his name, Abraham has scored three goals for his country.

Italian sources suggest Abraham could be available for around £20 million, offering excellent value amid profit and sustainability restrictions facing many clubs this summer.

However, there is no set price for the striker yet, as Roma faces financial fair play issues and might need to raise cash. With Romelu Lukaku’s loan finished, Roma cannot afford Chelsea’s £37 million valuation.

Football Expert Sam Mollnet
reviewed by: Sam Mollnet (Footbal Expert)

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