Chelsea is planning a trade for Tammy Abraham, while Arsenal and Roma are preparing for a bidding war.


Chelsea is planning a trade for Tammy Abraham, while Arsenal and Roma are preparing for a bidding war.

Arsenal and Roma are said to be interested in Chelsea midfielder Tammy Abraham.

According to rumors, Chelsea would prefer to sell Tammy Abraham abroad in order to stymie Arsenal’s transfer intentions. As the Blues draw in on Romelu Lukaku, Roma are said to have agreed a deal with Chelsea for Abraham. Lukaku, a Belgian international, is likely to return to Stamford Bridge for a fee of £97.5 million.

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Following the appointment of Thomas Tuchel as head coach in January, Abraham fell out of favor at Chelsea.

And after Lukaku joins on the dotted line, the England international’s chances are likely to be severely limited.

Abraham is a target for Arsenal as a possible replacement for Alexandre Lacazette.

Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah are both in the final year of their Emirates contracts.

However, according to the Daily Star, Chelsea would prefer to see Abraham leave abroad rather than boost the Gunners.

On Monday, Italian newspaper Gianluca Di Marzio reported that Jose Mourinho’s Roma had reached an agreement to sign Abraham.

Following Lukaku’s departure to Chelsea, Roma may lose Edin Dzeko to Inter and are seeking for a replacement for the former Manchester City player.

According to the Daily Star, Chelsea is still seeking £40 million for Abraham.

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Despite fighting for game time in the second half of the season, the 23-year-old was the Blues’ equal top goalscorer in all competitions last season.

Former Crystal Palace player Darren Ambrose believes Abraham’s time at Stamford Bridge has come to an end.

And according to the commentator, he should consider taking a step back from Chelsea.

Ambrose informed talkSPORT that Thomas Tuchel isn’t a fan of Tammy Abraham.

“Again, I think taking a tiny step back to go ahead is something Tammy needs to do.

“I believe there will be takers for £40 million, and I believe he has done well at Chelsea. Under Thomas Tuchel, he hasn’t had the opportunities he desired.

“But it occurs with some managers and some players; you don’t always get these opportunities when you need them.”Brinkwire Summary News”.


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