Chelsea accept Roma's offer to Abraham

The Blues have an offer to be pleased with from their former manager and the Italian giants.

Chelsea have agreed to offer Tammy Abraham from Roma around 40 million euros, which would allow the Blues to secure the takeover clause, according to the British newspaper, The Guardian. goal.

Roma general manager Thiago Pinto is keen to finish the deal quickly, with Eden Dzeko set to leave for Inter to replace Romelu Lukaku, who is very close to Chelsea.

However, the 23-year-old has yet to agree to personal terms despite having a conversation with Jose Mourinho.

The takeover clause in Abraham’s transfer offer would give Chelsea the option to re-sign their striker in the future for a fixed fee. Those fixed costs are thought to be significant, but they keep the Blues interested in the player.

Although Abraham struggled for a breakthrough under current coach Thomas Tuchel, the future Blues boss may want to see the local star return to west London.

Tuchel refused to speak openly about Abraham or Lukaku’s impending arrival at the club. However, he gave an insight into his relationship with the tense future at a press conference.

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“It’s the same for the next players, I won’t comment on the situation,” Tuchel said before the Super Cup match with Villarreal. “Tami is in the team and has had some good prep matches. He was obviously not happy last season and probably had a reason not to. Maybe it was because he was not pushed and not trusted on the same level as the other players.”

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Pinto’s trip to England could have an impact on Arsenal, with Granit Xhaka still one of the Serie A club’s main targets.

However, the Swiss international is set to sign a new lease agreement for the Emirates Stadium. Fulham’s Andre Frank Zambo-Angesa is an alternative option for the ambitious Italian club who are particularly keen to strengthen their midfield.

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