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Bring €75m – Chelsea set to sign former striker they sold for just £34m

Chelsea keen on signing former striker Tammy Abraham

Chelsea are reportedly considering a possible move to resign their former striker Tammy Abraham when the January transfer window opens. 

The 25-year-old could be on his way back to Stamford Bridge 18 months after leaving for AS Roma in a deal worth over £34 million.

And now according to Calcio Mercato, the Blues are ready to bring back their former striker who inserted a €80 million buy-back clause in his contract before letting join the Italian side in 2021.

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The report, however, claimed that Chelsea do not wish to pay the whole amount as there are claims they could renegotiate.


The report further stated that Abraham, who has flourished under former Blues manager Jose Mourinho is open to the idea of returning to the Premier League with Chelsea.

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The Londoners will be keen on signing new striker in January after losing their youngster Armando Broja to a season-ending injury.

While Broja wasn’t a regular under Graham Potter, he was steadily integrated.

Aside from Abraham, Chelsea have been linked with moves for David Datro Fofana from Molde who is also a profiling goalscorer but has no experience of the Premier League.

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