Tammy Abraham has been considering returning to the Premier League after spending the past two years in Serie A. Several English clubs have come knocking on the door of Roma to see if they can sign the striker as he continues to struggle in front of goal in his second season in the Italian capital.
Various reports have indicated that Abraham has a top priority on his wishlist to return to his former club, Chelsea, given his desire to avenge his mistakes while at Stamford Bridge and redeem himself on the field.
In his own words, Tammy Abraham has not ruled out returning to Chelsea FC, his former club. In a recent interview with Four Four Two, he said, “Chelsea? Football never says it. At this point, I am focused on Roma. We want to finish the season strong,” the English striker said.
“I still haven’t thought about anything except being here and doing my finest. I’m not hurrying. Maybe I’ll stay at Roma for ten years, or not. You never know what’s around the corner.”
Tammy Abraham on Chelsea: “Never say never in football. Right now, my focus is on Roma — I’ve no other plans. Maybe I’ll stay at Roma for the next ten years, maybe not. You never know”, told Four Four Two. 🔵🏴
ℹ️ Chelsea have €80m buy back clause for Tammy available in July. pic.twitter.com/RfELhPOCMr
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) March 31, 2023
Following the conclusion of the World Cup break, Manchester United also began monitoring him closely. The 25-year-old has also been contacted by Aston Villa, who have inquired about the player at Unai Emery’s request.