Roma forward Tammy Abraham has returned to the England national squad after enjoying a productive couple of months with the Giallorossi.
The 24-years-old joined the Serie A giants this summer from Chelsea for around €40 million. The Englishman has started the new campaign brilliantly, scoring two goals and assisting as many times in seven league appearances.
The forward’s great start to the campaign hasn’t been unnoticed by the national team manager Gareth Southgate. The England boss has recalled the 24-years-old for the October international break where the Three Lions will encounter Andorra and Hungary.
The former Chelsea man last played for his country in November 2020 against Iceland in Nations League. The forward has played six times so far for the Three Lions, scoring a solitary goal in a 7-0 win against Montenegro in Euro 2020 qualifier.
Abraham recalled to the England national squad:
Making the move from Chelsea to Roma has turned out to be an excellent decision from English forward. He was getting very little game time under Thomas Tuchel, and after joining the Giallorossi, the 24-years-old is having the necessary game time that the forward was craving for at Stamford Bridge.
Tammy Abraham has got a surprise call up to the England national squad due to the injuries to Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Patrick Bamford and Marcus Rashford. So, the 24-years-old will have to take full advantage of this opportunity. To solidify his place in Southgate’s squad.
Meanwhile, after starting the season brilliantly under the new manager José Mourinho. Roma faced a stumbling block against Hellas Verona and Lazio. However, having defeated Empoli in the last game. The Giallorossi are in a good place and sitting fourth in the league. While achieving the Champions League spot could be the real objective for Mourinho this campaign.
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