Tiago Pinto flew to London earlier today with a clear mission: to return to Rome with an agreement for a striker. The main candidate for the job right now is Tammy Abraham. The Chelsea attacker is also pursued by Arsenal.
According to Gianluca Di Marzio of Sky Sport, tomorrow will be a key day for Abraham’s future. The player and his entourage as well as Chelsea director Marina Granovskaia will meet with Pinto and the club expect Abraham to give a final answer to Roma’s offer.
In case Abraham were to refuse, Roma have a number of options already lined up.
Di Marzio reports that the latest names for the striker position include 22-year-old Matheus Cunha of Hertha Berlin and 20-year-old Rodrigo Muniz of Flamengo. The latter is also closely followed by Middlesbrough.
Thus, tomorrow the fate of Roma’s striker position will be made more clear by Tammy Abraham’s decision.