Roma are willing to sell out-of-form English striker Tammy Abraham in the summer and he could be replaced by Chelsea loanee Romelu Lukaku, reports suggest.
Abraham did well in his debut season with the Giallorossi following his €40m move from Chelsea in August 2021, scoring 27 goals in 53 games across all competitions.
Unfortunately for the Englishman, he has not managed to maintain this form in the Italian capital and has started to fall out of favour with coach Jose Mourinho, netting just seven goals in 38 games.
As highlighted by Calciomercato.com, Roma are willing to sell Abraham in the upcoming summer transfer window for around €40-45m, and would need to pick up a replacement.
Aston Villa are keen on the 25-year-old alongside Chelsea, who hold an €80m buy-back option. The Blues are not planning to activate this but could try to negotiate for a lower fee, possibly including Lukaku in a deal.
The Belgian will not stay at Inter beyond this season and Chelsea do not want to keep him, making his inclusion in a deal for Abraham a good solution. For Roma, the idea is intriguing, although his high wages could prove prohibitive.