Roma is actively seeking offers for Tammy Abraham as they made him available for transfer during the upcoming summer window, with a potential return to the Premier League appearing as the most likely outcome.

The 26-year-old striker joined Roma from Chelsea in 2021, enjoying a strong start to his tenure. He impressed in his debut season, netting 17 goals in Serie A and a total of 27 in all competitions, contributing to Roma’s triumph in the UEFA Conference League under the guidance of Jose Mourinho.

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However, Abraham’s second season proved to be less fruitful, managing only nine goals in 54 appearances. Furthermore, his current season was marred by an ACL injury that limited his playing time to just 10 matches, resulting in a solitary goal.

Following Mourinho’s dismissal and the appointment of club legend Daniele De Rossi as the new manager, Roma finished sixth in Serie A.

As they aim to improve their performance in the upcoming campaign, the club is looking to make changes during the summer transfer window.

Abraham is speculated to be among the players affected by these changes, as Roma has made him available for transfer.

The Italian side acquired the striker for £34 million in 2021 and hopes to secure a similar valuation during the transfer window, despite his injury concerns.

Although Abraham is contracted with Roma until 2026, the club desires to alleviate the burden of his significant wages as they embark on a rebuilding phase under De Rossi.

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The Belgium International was an important player for the Serie A club this season and they could be looking to secure a permanent deal for him this summer.

Regarding his plans for the summer, De Rossi stated earlier this month that he will exert every effort to enhance the team’s performance.

He emphasized the need for annual discussions among the coach, sporting director, and president to improve the squad.

De Rossi acknowledged the competitive landscape, with top teams like Inter, Milan, Juventus, Atalanta, and Bologna ahead of Roma, but expressed the goal of aiming for a top-four finish.

He acknowledged the challenge but believes it is achievable through strategic team-building, consistent performance, and determination.