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Thursday, March 24, 2022

Ex-Chelsea ace Tammy Abraham set to have £100m price tag slapped on him amid transfer interest from Premier League clubs

  TAMMY ABRAHAM'S stunning first season at Roma has reportedly seen the club slap a £100million price tag on the 24-year-old. The fo...

 

TAMMY ABRAHAM'S stunning first season at Roma has reportedly seen the club slap a £100million price tag on the 24-year-old. The former Chelsea striker has scored an impressive 23 goals in 40 games in all competitions this campaign.

Abraham's scintillating form has led to Premier League interest in the form of Manchester United and Manchester City, according to the Daily Mail . But to fend off any potential advances Roma are set to demand a mammoth £100m for the England star.

Chelsea negotiated a £63m buyback clause with Roma after selling Abraham for £34m last summer, although that doesn't come into affect until 2023. Roma though are worried that clubs could swoop for their star man sooner.

The Serie A side are in a good position to negotiat though, with Abraham under contract until 2026. But after posting reported losses of £154m last year Roma could find it hard to turn down an offer that almost wipes that figure entirely.

Both Manchester clubs are thought to be in the market for a striker this summer. The ageing Cristiano Ronaldo hasn't reached the heights expected of him on his return to Old Trafford, and he has just over a season left on his contract.

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