Tammy and Roma’s bizarre conditions could cost him a return to England.

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There have been reports from Italy revealing the bizarre terms Tammy Abraham had in his contract with Roma. That may make the referee unable to move back to football in the Premier League

  Tammy Abraham has bizarre terms in AS Roma ‘s contract that could remarkably prevent a return. The Premier League with the 24-year-old enjoying last season as he scored. Scored 27 goals in 53 games in all competitions. His performances in Serie A are reported to have caught. The attention of homegrown teams Manchester United and Arsenal. Both clubs would love to have the striker join the UFABET team.

          The 24-year-old has 17 league goals and 27 goals in all competitions. As Roma won the Europa Conference League under Jose Mourinho. This makes him very much in demand among English top-flight managers. Especially Arsenal are in desperate need of a new striker. The latest addition to the Gunners already. Now there are also the Red Devils want the former Chelsea striker as well.

         Corriere dello Sport reports that Arsenal and Manchester United are the two teams most likely to sign Abraham. He added that ‘at least three clubs’ were interested in signing him. Of course, it would take quite a bit of capital to convince Roma to sell the striker, who they paid just £34 million to secure him last year and performing in the Italian capital.

Corriere Dello Sport also reported that The England international is happy in Rome and does not want to leave the club anytime soon. Abraham’s agent Neil Fewings will be paid £345,000. Each time he stays at Roma. So Manchester United and Arsenal could have more difficulty trying to convince. The players in the target are encouraged to leave Italy considering the conditions pertaining to this agent.

Erik ten Hag is believed to be looking for a new striker following Edinson Cavani’s departure from the club, and there are doubts over Cristiano Ronaldo’s long-term future . The Gunners are also in the market for a striker. By now they are aiming for Manchester City ‘s Gabriel Jesus, but the former club of Abraham, Chelsea. Has not shown interest in re-signing their former players to the team. But they will be able to buy him for £69 million in 2023 because a buy-back clause is included in their contract.