Fichajes reported that the Blues are willing to pay 52 million euros for striker Tammy Abraham, who lost his starting position at Roma to Romelu Lukaku. While the Belgian striker is actually on Chelsea’s payroll.
Mauricio Pochettino could make an important decision in January about signing a new striker amid difficulties for the home team. At this time, Chelsea pursues a rejuvenation policy and prioritizes signing people under 25 years old. However, they should need some exceptions in the center position.
Brentford once asked for 100 million pounds for Ivan Toney and this clearly made it difficult for Chelsea. Meanwhile, Chelsea understands that there is a “priority buyback” clause in case Abraham wants to leave Roma.
If Lukaku continues with his brilliant form as in the past, Abraham’s future at Olimpico Stadium may be questioned and he is completely capable of leaving in January.
Roma is said to want to sell the English star for at least 52 million euros and Chelsea is willing to spend that amount of money on their former striker.
Ngoa Long | 12:42 November 3, 2023