Milan’s Fikayo Tomori was recently asked about the part he played in Tammy Abraham deciding to join Roma and move abroad for the first time in his career.
The Rossoneri centre-back, being a good friend of Abraham’s since their early days with Chelsea, suggested to the 24-year-old striker that Serie A could help him become the player he’d always wanted to be.
“When he said Roma was on the table, I said: ‘Bro this is a good league’,” recalled Tomori in an interview with The Guardian.
“I felt like it would develop his game a lot,” he continued. “He has scored a lot of goals this season for Roma, they’re fighting for a Champions League spot.”
“Definitely it’s helped him and definitely I gave him rave reviews about Serie A because I enjoyed myself so much the first six months.”