Tammy Abraham had a fantastic debut season at Roma, and Manchester United and Arsenal are both interested in bringing him back to the Premier League.
The 24-year-old English striker signed a five-year contract with the Giallorossi after joining from Chelsea in a deal worth roughly €40 million last summer. Jose Mourinho hit the ground running in the Italian capital this season, scoring 26 goals in 52 appearances across all competitions, including an English record of 17 Serie A goals.
Both Manchester United and Arsenal are interested in buying Abraham this summer, according to Corriere dello Sport, but it will be difficult for them to tear him away from Roma, since Mourinho deems him unsellable.
Abraham is content in Rome, and it is not in his entourage's best interests to force a transfer away, for the longer he stays in Rome, the more money his agent, Neil Fewings, receives. The agency inked a contract with Roma that pays him €400,000 per transfer window in which the 24-year-old stays with the Giallorossi.
Chelsea's €80 million buy-back clause will become active in the summer of 2023, allowing them to invest if they wish to bring him back the following year. But for the time being, Abraham is completely focused on his life in Rome.