£70m striker want to return to the Premier League, His ready to take Chelsea offer in January Transfer window

£70m striker want to return to the Premier League, His ready to take Chelsea offer in January Transfer window

According to Italian reports, Chelsea has the option to match any offer made for Tammy Abraham by Roma in January.

The transaction might be more likely to happen next summer, when his £70 million release clause becomes effective, according to TuttoMercatoWeb.

The England international has struggled to maintain his form heading into the new campaign after a great debut season away from Stamford Bridge.

He has scored three goals and provided one assist for Jose Mourinho’s team in Serie A, which pales in comparison to the 17 league goals he scored last season.

His sudden deterioration in play coincided with a terrible time for him personally—he was left out of England’s World Cup squad.

Callum Wilson was chosen by Gareth Southgate over Abraham, and he was left at home in a manner akin to that of fellow Chelsea target Ivan Toney.

According to TuttoMercatoWeb, Arsenal is another club that is interested in the striker’s services. They also claim that the striker has always been eager to return to the Premier League.

When Chelsea was subject to a transfer embargo in 2019–20, Frank Lampard was responsible for the majority of Abraham’s success.

However, they made significant investments in attacking players the following summer, including Timo Werner and Kai Havertz, which limited the potential playing time for the natural striker.

Chelsea appears to be searching in a different area for their offensive reinforcements given the links to players like Christopher Nkunku.

When attempting to resolve the situation for the ensuing decade and beyond, they also have an eye toward the future.

With Endrick, 16, having the potential to be one of the game’s best strikers, the Blues are competing with clubs like PSG and Real Madrid for his high-profile signing.

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