'It makes me feel good': £100m player speaks after reports linking him with Arsenal move this summer
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'It makes me feel good': £100m player speaks after reports linking him with Arsenal move this summer

Former Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham has revealed that he has unfinished business in the Premier League and would like to ‘make noise’ in the English top-flight once again.

The 24-year-old has certainly been making all sorts of noises in Italy since joining Jose Mourinho’s Roma on a five-year deal worth £34million last August.

The ten-time England international has 23 goals to his name across all competitions this season and he has quickly become the main man in the eternal city.

While his immediate focus on winning a trophy with Mourinho’s Giallorossi, which could come via the UEFA Conference League, Abraham has hinted at a return to the Premier League after claiming he is a ‘London boy’.

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Talking to talkSPORT, Abraham said: “When I see reports linking me with other clubs it makes me feel good, it makes you feel like you’re doing something right. It’s a nice feeling seeing your name all over newspapers.

“But for me it’s about focusing on doing my business here. I can keep getting linked with many clubs but who knows what the future holds?

“Of course I grew up in England and I’m a London boy so maybe one day I will be back in the Premier League to make noise there. 

“But, for me right now, it’s about focusing in Rome. It’s about focusing on doing the best I can and hopefully I can win these guys a trophy, which they haven’t won in many years.”

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Although Abraham left Stamford Bridge to pursue first team football, the Daily Mail report that the Blues included a buy-back clause in the deal allowing them to re-sign Abraham for £68m from June.

The same report states that if other clubs come calling for Abraham, who has been linked with a move to Arsenal, they will have to meet a £100m asking price to land the in-form marksman.

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