Roma give Dzeko go-ahead for move to Inter

Edin Dzeko is getting ready to leave Roma after six years in the capital. 260 appearances, 119 goals and 55 assists later, the Bosnian international is headed to Milan, where he is expected to sign a two-year contract with Inter.

According to Gianluca Di Marzio of Sky Sport, Roma have given Dzeko the official go-ahead that will allow him to join his new team.

Dzeko is expected to undergo his medical with Inter as early as tomorrow afternoon. He will sign a two-year contract worth €6 million per season.

Meanwhile, Roma are pressing for Tammy Abraham of Chelsea. There has been direct contact between Abraham and Mourinho. The player is also pursued by Arsenal. However, the Gunners first have to sell one of their attackers before making a bid for Abraham.

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