Roma striker Tammy Abraham touched down in the Italian capital late this evening following international duty with England.
However, the former Chelsea man’s status for Sunday’s league match against Juventus has left everyone on edge following an ankle injury suffered yesterday versus Hungary.
Upon landing at Fiumicino Airport, Abraham spoke briefly to several present media members.
“I feel good, hopefully I’ll be able to play against Juve,” he said to Tuttomercatoweb.
He will undergo scans early tomorrow to better understand the extent of the severity of the knock, which limited him to only 15 minutes for Three Lions yesterday.
Should Abraham be unavailable to face the Bianconeri, manager Jose Mourinho would likely replace him with Eldor Shomurodov in his starting formation.