Roma are reportedly considering the possibility of signing Romelu Lukaku on a long-term deal.
Less than two months into his time in the Italian capital, the Belgian striker seems to have convinced the club to bet on him long-term despite having agreed to a dry loan with Chelsea in the summer.
According to The Mirror, Roma are open to the idea of offering Tammy Abraham in direct exchange to sign Romelu Lukaku from Chelsea next summer.
Chelsea’s priority remains parting ways with Lukaku on a permanent basis in 2024. However, Roma do not hold an option to make the attacker’s stay permanent.
The Blues have fixed a £37 million price-tag on Lukaku which could be bypassed by including a player in exchange for him.
Over recent weeks, Tammy Abraham’s return to England has been rumored as a realistic possibility. Therefore, Roma could choose to offer Abraham to his former club who had expressed interest prior to the striker’s ACL interest.