England Forward, Tammy Abraham has described his leaving his childhood club, Chelsea FC, For Italian club, AS Roma, as painful but the right move for him.
Abraham left Chelsea last year and has since established himself as the leading striker for the club managed by Jose Mourinho.
The striker has since scored 27 goals and won a European trophy with AS Roma
In an interview with the DailyMail tabloid, Abraham has described his life in Italy as wonderful, and that he is learning a lot under Coach Jose Mourinho.
He also talked about working harder to achieve greater targets and looks at Manchester City’s Erling Haaland as a motivation to get more going.
Abraham is under contention to get a call up for the England team to the Qatar World Cup later this year.
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