The striker’s future is still unclear, as several clubs want to complete a deal this summer
Roma took part in the race to sign Tammy Abraham amid Inter’s interest in their striker Edin Dzeko.
Inter consider Dzeko a possible replacement for Romelu Lukaku, joining Chelsea on a £ 98m ($ 135m) deal.
And if Roma lose their star going forward, they will look to Stamford Bridge for a replacement as they could see a possible deal for Abraham.
Who else is in for Abraham?
Roma are not the only club Abraham wants to sign this summer, as Arsenal and Atalanta are also interested
Atalanta’s interest stems from the possible loss of Duvan Zapata, another player linked to the role of Lukaku’s replacement at Inter.
Arsenal are also interested in the meantime, but Abraham’s final landing site remains unclear, as clubs are reluctant to pay the £ 40m ($ 55m) price currently being demanded by Chelsea.
Abraham’s career so far
Abraham has been with Chelsea since joining their academy in 2004, and made his senior debut for the club in 2015.
He made a total of 82 appearances and scored 30 goals, while also being loaned out to Bristol City, Swansea and Aston Villa.
Last season, Abraham dropped the pitching order from Chelsea and scored 12 goals in 32 games after scoring 18 in 47 games the previous season.