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Chelsea set terms to buy back striker Tammy Abraham


Monday 16/08/2021 10:44(GMT+7)

Newspaper says Bongda24h

Striker Tammy Abraham was at Roma, the English star is about to sign a contract with the Olympico stadium team.

Abraham was in the Italian capital

Chelsea have successfully recruited Romelu Lukaku from Inter Milan, the presence of the £ 97.5 million contract is the end for striker Tammy Abraham, who is not appreciated by coach Thomas Tuchel. Chelsea have put the player born in 1997 on the list of liquidation, and they have found a partner in this deal.

Tammy Abraham is in Italy to sign for Roma

Tammy Abraham is in Italy to sign for Roma

Chelsea agreed to sell Tammy Abraham to Roma for £ 34 million. The 23-year-old star signed a five-year contract with the Italian team, earning £80,000 a week. The English player will work under coach Jose Mourinho.

The 23-year-old striker flew by private plane to the Italian capital, according to a video posted by Sky Sports, a part of Roma fans went to the airport to welcome a rookie of £ 34 million. And Roma fans cheered when they saw the appearance of the English player.

Abraham even waved to fans and stopped to take pictures with a few lucky fans. Today he will conduct a medical examination and launch a new team. Chelsea have included a buyback clause worth £ 68 million. However, the Blues are not allowed to buy back Abraham before the summer of 2023.

This summer, Chelsea also spent a huge amount of money to bring Lukaku back to Stamford Bridge. They sold him to Everton for £28m in 2014 then bought him back for £97.5m from Inter Milan.

Roma coach Jose Mourinho is delighted to have lured Abraham to Roma. Before this player wanted to join Arsenal, he wanted to continue playing in London. However, the Gunners did not meet the amount demanded by Chelsea.



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