AS Roma striker Tammy Abraham is reportedly happy in Italy amid reports that Arsenal and Man Utd are both want to secure his services this summer transfer window.
The former Chelsea forward impressed for his Italian team during the 2021-22 season, founding back of the net 26 times in 52 games in all competitions, in addition to contributing five assists.
Tammy Abraham scored 17 goals in Serie A, while he also found back of the net eight times in 12 UEFA Conference League appearances to help fire Jose Mourinho’s team to the trophy.
Arsenal and Man Utd are both in the market for new striker ahead of the 2022/23 season, and it has been reported that the pair are exploring the possibility of securing the services of the 24-year-old forward.
However, according to Corriere dello Sport, Tammy Abraham is pleased with life in Serie A and is not looking to return to the English top-tier at this stage of his career.
The Blues are believed to have a buy-back clause of €80m (£66.7m) on Abraham, although the West London club cannot activate it until next summer.
The Englishman has found back of the net 30 times and provided 12 assists in 82 games for the English giants before making a move to AS Roma in search of regular action.
Tammy Abraham still has more than four years left to run on his current deal in Rome, and it is believed that the Serie A giants have no intention of letting him to leave the club.