Football NewsAccording to Tammy Abraham, his heart is on the side of Roma
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The reveal campaign in Serie A has helped Tammy Abraham find his best form and it looks like the player is in no hurry to leave.


What did Tammy Abraham say?

The English footballer says his heart is with the club after he closed out his debut Serie A season with a double-scoring performance in Friday’s 3-0 victory over Torino to warm up next week’s Europa League final against Feyenoord.

Abraham has enjoyed a campaign revelation since moving from the Blues in the off-season, and helped sack Mourinho’s side in the fight for the continental silverware, as well as secure a sixth-place finish for the Europa Football League next term.

In this form, the player was linked with a return to his home country and the lure of PL – but having competed after that, the ex-Chelsea player was strongly attuned to his attachment to the Giallorossi, and the chance they took.

On the subject of a possible future move back to England, Tammy Abraham said he loves the club. According to Tammy, they gave him the opportunity to show himself, his heart is here. They will see what the future holds for them, but his heart is here.

As Abraham always said, he fell in love with this club from day one and will always help the team to the maximum with his goals and assists. Tammy Abraham says it’s been a good year for him, he looks forward to building on this year and hopefully they can finish with a trophy and it could be a perfect year.


Will Tammy want to return to her homeland?

With a chance at a starring role in the European silverware race looming, there seems to be a long chance that the England international would be willing to return home so soon. But despite his coach’s claims that he’s unlikely to want to return, Tammy may well have sensed that there is unfinished business in the PL, given the disappointing end to a top-flying career under Tuchel.

Another thing Tammy may wish to consider is whether a return to British shores will improve his claims to be included in Southgate’s Three Lions squad for the 2022 World Cup, the latter being more exposed to home players. So far, however, all public indications are that he will remain in Italy for the foreseeable future.