Chelsea can re-sign Serie A star for £67m
Chelsea have the option to re-sign Roma striker Tammy Abraham for £67 million at the end of the campaign.
The England international left the Blues for the Giallorossi in the summer of 2021, but the London giants negotiated a buy-back clause.
That option will become active at the end of the 2022/23 campaign, and The Express claim that the Blues are likely to consider it.
Graham Potter's side are craving for a high-profile striker to lead the line for the long-term and Abraham could be an ideal candidate.
The Blues graduate was not offered a fair opportunity under manager Thomas Tuchel, but things could change under new boss Potter.
The 24-year-old had a scintillating debut season for Roma last term with 27 goals and he has scored another two times this campaign.
If he can replicate his performances from last season, there is a strong possibility that the Blues will seek to re-sign him next summer.
Abraham has recently said that he has no regrets of leaving Chelsea, but he is unlikely to refuse the opportunity to redeem himself at the club.