Tammy Abraham drops a huge hint: Tammy Abraham, a former Chelsea striker, has backed the Blues in their pursuit of a return to Stamford Bridge, having suggested that he is considering a return to the Premier League at some time in the future.
The English striker just moved to Roma from West London in the summer for a fee of £34 million. Abraham has been in terrific form in the Italian city, scoring 23 goals in 41 appearances across all competitions, his finest goalscoring season in the top tier thus far.
Chelsea may find it more difficult to swallow the 24-year-performances old are given Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner’s disappointing performances at Stamford Bridge so far this season.
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Arsenal, who have been linked with a bid for the striker, will be praying that the Blues do not exercise their option to exercise that clause. Abraham has now spoken out on a possible return to the Premier League, stating that he may be back – albeit he is now focused on his work with Roma.
“It’s all over the place at the moment,” he added in an interview with talkSPORT. Who knows what the future has in store for us.
“Of course, I grew up in England and am a London kid, so who knows, maybe one day I’ll be back in the Premier League to make some noise.”