Tammy Abraham spotted undergoing light training exercises with Roma

Tammy Abraham spotted undergoing light training exercises with Roma… but England international likely to be out until February after suffering serious knee injury last season

  • Tammy Abraham suffered a nasty knee injury during Roma’s game vs Spezia
  • The former Chelsea man left the field in a buggy and was in tears after the injury
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Tammy Abraham has been spotted undergoing some light training with his AS Roma teammates as he looks to get back to playing after suffering an bad ACL injury. 

Abraham suffered the serious knee injury in Roma’s penultimate game of the 2022/23 season against Spezia. 

The former Chelsea striker landed awkwardly on his left leg just 17 minutes after he came off the bench, and was taken off the field on the back of a medical cart. 

The 26-year-old was visibly distraught after suffering the injury to his ACL, with teammates consoling the tearful striker. 

However, according to Il Corriere dello Sport, Abraham has been seen doing some running with his Roma teammates in recent days. 

Tammy Abraham being taken off from the field after suffering a horrific ACL injury in the game against Seria A side Spezia

Abraham has had a mixed career at Roma but has still managed to score 36 goals in 107 games

The 26-year-old was helped onto the medical cart by teammates and left the pitch in tears

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Footage on Saturday showed Abraham involved in some running drills with the rest of the available first team players, however this does not mean he will not be back soon.

Abraham’s injury ruled him out for the most of 2023 and he is tipped for a potential return at the end of January, or possibly even mid-February. 

Though initially he was ruled out for a period of three to four months, it soon became clear that Abraham required surgery and faced an even longer spell on the sidelines. 

The injury also scuppered Roma’s transfer plans as the England international was linked with move away from the Stadio Olimpico that would free up both funds and space in the squad. 

Premier League Aston Villa had reportedly agreed to buy Abraham for £26m before his injury made the deal collapse. 

Abraham spent the 2018/19 season on loan at Villa Park, and became the first Villa player to score 25 goals in a season since Andy Gray in 1977.

He finished the season with 26 goals in 40 appearances and helped Villa get promoted back to the Premier League. 

The striker has had a mixed experience in Rome, but has still managed to bag himself 36 goals and 12 assists in 107 appearances for the club. 

Abraham and Roma lost the 2022/23 Europa League final against La Liga’s Sevilla on penalties


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