Arsenal are interested in signing him. Tammy Abraham has chosen Roma as her next club after Chelsea agreed to a trade.


Arsenal are interested in signing him. Tammy Abraham has chosen Roma as her next club after Chelsea agreed to a trade.

Arsenal may have to act quickly if they want to sign Tammy Abraham, according to rumours that Roma and Chelsea have reached an agreement.

According to rumors, if Tammy Abraham leaves Chelsea this summer, he would prefer to stay in the Premier League. According to reports, Roma and Chelsea have agreed on a £34 million agreement to capture Abraham. The England international, on the other hand, would want to join Arsenal.

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Last season, Abraham was dropped by Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel.

Despite fighting for game time in the final three months of the season, he finished as the club’s joint-top goalscorer in all competitions.

Abraham is being eyed by Arsenal as a possible replacement for Alexandre Lacazette, who is in the final year of his contract at the Emirates.

With Chelsea expected to sign Romelu Lukaku from Inter Milan, Abraham’s playing time at Stamford Bridge will be further reduced.

Over the weekend, Atalanta were rumoured to be interested in signing the 23-year-old.

The player’s pursuit by Roma has also been revealed, with Italian newspaper Gianluca Di Marzio reporting that an agreement has been reached with Chelsea.

Roma are still awaiting Abraham’s decision on whether or not he wants to sign with them.

At the weekend, though, Belgian football reporter Sacha Tavolieri said that Abraham preferred to stay in the Premier League.

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Arsenal’s prospects of getting the player are improved if they can match Roma’s offer to Chelsea.

Abraham said in 2017 that he grew up as an Arsenal fan.

“To be honest, I was an Arsenal fan,” he admitted. At Chelsea, it didn’t make a difference.

“If it’s a family issue, it’s a family thing when you’re young and you select who to support.

“Fortunately, it was a family issue for me, so it wasn’t a big deal at Chelsea.”

In 82 appearances for Chelsea in all competitions, Abraham has 30 goals.

If he joins, he would be giving up Champions League football for at least this season. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”


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