Tammy Abraham set to spark Premier League transfer scramble with Roma forced to sell ex-Chelsea ace to avoid rule breach

ROMA are reportedly ready to sell Tammy Abraham to avoid Financial Fair Play sanctions.

The Serie A side had hoped to win the Europa League and qualify for the Champions League and claim the riches that would have followed.

Tammy Abraham could reportedly be sold by Roma this summerCredit: Getty
He has scored 36 goals in his two season in ItalyCredit: Getty

However, defeat to Sevilla in a penalty shootout left the plans in tatters.

And now Roma are set to spark a transfer scramble for Abraham by listing him on the transfer market, according to The Telegraph.

The Italian outfit will accept a transfer for the “right price” in an attempt to “break-even” a rule that they had already broken and been fined for by Uefa.

Roma signed Abraham, 25, for £34million from Chelsea in 2021, and the report claims that the club is optimistic about recouping a large portion of that fee.


The English striker has experience on the national stage with England as well as in the Premier League and the Championship.

In his two years in Italy, he has managed to notch 36 goals.

However, this season has been less fruitful for the striker, as he has only netted nine times in all competitions.

Abraham will not be short of suitors from the Premier League as he proved to be quality striker at the level.

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Clubs such as West Ham, Everton, Crystal Palace and Tottenham could all be on the hunt for a new striker this summer.

And if Abraham is available for a reasonable fee for Premier League sides, it would seem an attractive option.

Abraham has previously admitted that he is happy in Italy, as he said on “I’ve become more confident and have learnt a lot about myself.

“At Chelsea, I was known as ‘the academy player’, and I think coming here I’ve realised it’s time to bring out my personality and show the world what I can do.

“It’s been an amazing experience learning about a different culture and seeing a different area of life.

“It’s something I’ll treasure even more looking back when my career has finished.”

If he is still happy to continue his career in Italy, then he could look for a club in Serie A, such as Inter Milan.

The Italian giants are set to lose Romelu Lukaku once his loan spell expires while Edin Dzeko is approaching retirement and Abraham could be a smart move.

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