Jose Mourinho has today reacted to Chelsea former striker Tammy Abraham over his decision to join him last summer. Abraham joined Serie A sides AS Roma in August in a £34million transfer move from Chelsea. 23-year old , couldn't expected an easy and successful start in Roma. However, England youngster has proven to be the best starter for Jose Mourinho after scoring three goals and provided two assists this season for AS Roma.
Abraham has proven his way and possibility becoming Jose Mourinho first team. 23-year old achievement in Serie A for the start of this season convinced him to have taken the right choice and he don't regret leaving Chelsea to AS Roma.
'It's true and proven that Abraham is happy to be here. I wouldn't regret joining this club. We are here to win and he will help us alot' Jose Mourinho reacted after Abraham's goal that led them to win against Udinese last night.
Abraham has become a regular starter for AS Roma and this prove how significant he is to the club.
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