Roma were dealt a final blow on the last match of the season as Tammy Abraham went down with an ACL injury.
The English striker is looking at a lengthy period of rehab, but first a decision must be made with regards to the location of the clinic that will conduct surgery on his knee.
As reported by La Gazzetta dello Sport, Roma are pushing the player to follow in the footsteps of Ebrima Darboe and Marash Kumbulla who underwent their respective surgeries in the St. Moritz Klinik in Switzerland.
Upon consulting with England’s national team staff, however, Abraham is also weighing the option of having surgery in his home country.
Any decision will have to be agreed upon with Roma who do not want to take any unnecessary risks in Abraham’s recovery.