Although Tammy Abraham has not ruled out joining Arsenal, he insists he is happy at Roma, playing regular football.
Tammy Abraham joined Roma in Serie A last summer after struggling to make an impact at Chelsea. Both teams struck a deal for a £34 million deal last summer.
Arsenal are trying to strengthen their attack and they are in a race to sign strikers and Abraham is one of them. Arsenal will try to sign at least one attacker in the upcoming transfer window.
When asked about a move away from Roma and the interest shown in him, Tammy said: “I’m happy playing my football. Of course, you hear the little rumours here and there, different people interested, clearly for me I’m doing the right thing if people are watching.”
“Give credit to my teammates, the staff, the manager, they have a big part to play in how well I’m doing. For me, like I said, I just want to go all the way and hopefully win a trophy.”
“I was born and raised in England, so of course there are many rumours here and there that there’s clubs interested. Like I said, I’m clearly doing something right at Roma if people are interested.”
“I just have to stay focused, keep doing my thing, keep playing my football, focus on this competition, where we finish in the league, and we’ll see what happens in the future.”
“For now, my main focus is beating Leicester tomorrow.”
Abraham has impressed in his Roma debut season, scoring 24 goals in all competitions. Moreover, he broke Gabriel Batistuta’s record for the most goals scored in a debut season for the Italian club, which he set in 2001.
Roma are currently fifth on the league table and are eight points away from fourth-placed Juventus.