With Aston Villa and West Ham joining Arsenal as suitors for Abraham, it should come as no surprise that Chelsea would prefer to sell to an overseas club.
Former Blues boss Jose Mourinho awaits Abraham in Rome as he embarks on his debut season in charge.
Chelsea’s number nine thrived as Frank Lampard’s first-choice striker but hasn’t convinced new manager Thomas Tuchel.
Despite scoring 21 goals in 37 Premier League starts, Abraham looks set to be shipped out.
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