Chelsea's position on the summer transfer market is exceptional, and if everything goes as planned at Stamford Bridge, they could launch one or two more serious reinforcements by the end of the summer, in addition to the 115,000,000 euros invested in the return of Romelu Lukaku.
Such a position is given to Chelsea by the fact that due to winning the Champions League, high placement in the Premier League, and good business on the market, they are still below the financial fair play limit, and it will be an even better moment if Tammy Abraham is sold.
The young English striker is slowly running out of time at Chelsea and the only question is where he will continue his career. There are many interesting clubs, so Chelsea don't have to worry, but they still don't have a completely clear picture of where the tall goal scorer could play in the future.
Last night, we heard some news that Roma and Chelsea agreed on compensation for Abraham in the amount of 40,000,000 euros. That is the money that Chelsea is asking for Abraham, and Jose Mourinho used his connections in order for Roma to find themselves in a more favorable situation for signing than the competition.
The problem is that Roma is not even close to an agreement with the player about personal terms of cooperation. But he was seen as a replacement for Edin Dzeko, for whom an official announcement at Inter is just awaited.
For days, there has been speculation that Abraham will not leave Chelsea, but if he leaves, he has a chance to play in Europe, even the Champions League, since his status is being checked by Atalanta. The club from Bergamo is also ready to pay around 40,000,000 euros for Abraham, who is seen as the successor of Duvan Zapata, and it depends on his eventual departure to Inter, where he would replace Lukaku, whether an official offer will be sent for the English striker or not.
As things stand, Abraham still hopes to stay in his country. He has long been associated with Aston Villa, for which he played in the 2018/19 season on loan before returning to Stamford Bridge in Frank Lampard's ambitious project, where he gave a great chance to the Chelsea youth.
In the end, Villa decided on Danny Ings when they paid around 36,000,000 euros, so Southampton jumped out as a potential destination. Negotiations are ongoing, but it has not gone far. Arsenal was also in the game for a while, but the story recently subsided because the Gunners turned to Lautaro Martinez, but it seems he has a deal with Tottenham worth 90,000,000 euros