Chelsea transferred Tammy Abraham to AS Roma for 34 million pounds after Thomas Tuchel scarcely utilized him for the Blues. Some Chelsea fans chastised the Englishman for his poor performances and called for his departure from the club.
Chelsea supporters quickly forgot about Tammy Abraham when Romelu Lukaku returned, claiming they have unearthed the next Didier Drogba. Tammy Abraham's departure from Chelsea may have been a blessing in disguise for the English International.
As Roma's leading scorer in all competitions this season, the 23-year-old is performing exceptionally well. Tammy Abraham has become a prolific striker in the Italian Serie A thanks to Jose Mourinho's ability to bring out the best in him. This season, the former Chelsea player is also on the verge of winning the UEFA Conference League with AS Roma. He has had an outstanding season, whilst Chelsea are currently grappling with their striker options owing to the dismal performances of Romelu Lukaku and Timo Werner. I believe the Blues will consider re-signing Tammy Abraham in the future.
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