After a lot of doubts over the past couple of weeks, Tammy Abraham’s future is sorted for the time being.

The Chelsea striker is now fully expected to move to AS Roma, as Gazzetta dello Sport report the player will travel to Italy on Monday ahead of the move being made official.

The newspaper explain ‘he will arrive at Ciampino at 1pm, then a routine swab at Trigoria and immediately the usual medical examinations in a well-known specialist centre in Rome’.

Basically, ‘if there are no hitches of any kind, the signing of the contract that will bind the English centre-forward to Rome until 2025 should arrive in the evening’.

Abraham gave the green light to leave Chelsea for José Mourinho’s side ‘yesterday afternoon’, as the two sides ‘continued to negotiate to the bitter end to resolve any kind of problem’.

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But, ‘after three days of exhausting negotiations’, Roma got their man, partly thanks to agent and intermediary Federico Pastorello, whom Gazzetta dello Sport say ‘proved decisive in bringing the operation home’.

The Chelsea player will cost Roma €42m + €3m in bonuses, with a high salary of €5m/year, making him ‘the highest paid player in the entire squad available to Mourinho’.

Corriere dello Sport have very similar information, and add there is also the buy-back clause in the deal, which they believe is ‘about €80m starting from 2023’, as well as ‘perhaps a release clause requested by Abraham to feel more confident of the choice’.