Aston Villa are rumored to be interested in bringing Tammy Abraham back to the club as rumors are circulating in Italy that Roma are willing to sell him for approximately €50 million (£43 million).
After moving to Roma from Chelsea, Abraham had an outstanding debut campaign with the club, scoring 27 goals in 53 matches for the Italian club.
It appeared as though the 25-year-old was having the time of his life in Italy, and it seemed as though he would definitely be selected to represent England at the World Cup.
However, it appears that everything has gone wrong for Abraham, as he has only managed to score three goals in 15 Serie A games so far this season.
Abraham was unable to maintain his form at the most inopportune time, which resulted in him being left out of the World Cup. A transfer in 2023 may be in the works.
is rumored to be interested in making a comeback to Aston Villa.
According to a report from Corriere dello Sport from the month of November, both Aston Villa and Tottenham are considering making a move to bring Abraham back to England.
According to Calciomercato, Arsenal are huge fans of Abraham and have been rumored to be considering a move to sign him.
Abraham became a fan of Arsenal when he was young, and The Athletic reported that Abraham was actually eager to join Arsenal in 2021 before he moved to Roma.
Despite all of the rumors surrounding Arsenal, the connection to Aston Villa – and former Gunners manager Unai Emery – appears to be the stronger one.
According to Radio Radio in Rome, Roma are willing to let Abraham leave for approximately €50million (or £43million), which is a significantly lower fee than what was anticipated during the summer.
They go on to say that Abraham is “not happy” at Roma at the moment, and that he may find his solution in moving back to England.
It is well known that Aston Villa and Emery have a strong interest in Abraham, and it is possible that they will end up being the destination for the lanky striker.
Abraham, who is 25, does feel a connection to Villa on an emotional level.
Abraham was on loan at Villa for the 2018–19 season, during which he scored 25 goals for the club’s league, which contributed to Villa’s promotion to the Premier League.
However, Villa does have a couple of strikers in Ollie Watkins and Danny Ings, and Cameron Archer is chomping at the bit for a chance to play behind them.
It would be an unusual move for Villa to sign another striker without first offloading one of their current players, but Abraham would undoubtedly be an exciting addition for Emery and the rest of his teammates.