Tammy Abraham: Roma’s ex-Chelsea striker suffers anterior cruciate ligament injury

In his team’s final game of the year, Roma striker Tammy Abraham suffered an anterior cruciate ligament injury.


After tussling with former Chelsea teammate Ethan Ampadu during Sunday’s 2-1 victory against Spezia at the Stadio Olimpico, the 25-year-old exited the field in a buggy.

Abraham will be out “indefinitely,” according to the team.

During the 2022–23 Serie A season, Abraham made 38 appearances and scored eight goals.

Abraham’s time in Rome may be coming to an end this summer, according to reports, as Everton, Aston Villa, and Chelsea are among the Premier League clubs reportedly interested in signing him.

However, as health and rehabilitation are now his top priorities, any plans for a prospective return to England may have to be delayed.

Thank you for your messages, Abraham, who transferred from Chelsea to Roma in the summer of 2021 for 40 million euros (£34 million), wrote on Instagram. I’ll return shortly, more powerful than ever.

I Giallorossi’s victory guaranteed, manager Jose Mourinho and his club, who were defeated by Sevilla in the Europa League final last week, sixth place and a place in the Europa League next season.

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