Chelsea have the option to seal €80million transfer in 2023

Due to a buy-back clause in his contract, Chelsea have the option to re-sign Tammy Abraham from Roma for €80 million in 2023.

The Blues sold Abraham to Roma just over a year ago, and the England international has found a new lease on life in Serie A, raising his game to re-enter Gareth Southgate’s plans and spark talk of a return to the Premier League.

In response to the transfer rumours, Fabrizio Romano revealed in his latest CaughtOffside column that Chelsea can activate a €80 million buy-back clause for Abraham next summer, though it remains to be seen whether they will, or if the player himself decides to return to English football.

At the moment, Romano emphasizes that Abraham is content in Italy and enjoys playing under Jose Mourinho, so it will be interesting to see what happens in the coming months.

“Yes, Chelsea have a €80 million buy-back clause for Tammy Abraham next summer,” Romano explained. “However, Tammy is happy at Roma right now and there are no talks or negotiations with any clubs.”

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“It’s really important to mention that he’s happy there now with Jose Mourinho as manager – the Portuguese has given him a chance to shine and it’s been an important step for him in his career, so we’ll see about a Premier League return in the coming months or years.”

From a Chelsea perspective, there are undoubtedly many Blues fans who would welcome Abraham’s return to the club to address their issues head on.

The 24-year-old may have struggled for playing time during his first spell at Stamford Bridge, but he appears to have improved significantly and could now be a better option than loaned-out flop signing Romelu Lukaku or the ageing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

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  1. Godsave

    4 months ago

    We the chelsea fans, we need him back in the team.


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