Chelsea’s Abraham to have Roma medical

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    Tammy AbrahamAbraham was an unused substitute in Chelsea's win over Crystal Palace on Saturday

    Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham is flying to Italy on Sunday to have a medical before completing a £34m move to Roma.

    The Serie A club have been in talks with the England international's representatives and struck a deal with Chelsea over the weekend.

    Chelsea re-signed Romelu Lukaku from Inter Milan for £97.5m on Thursday.

    It is understood the deal for Abraham, who was Chelsea's joint top scorer last season, includes a buy-back clause set at £68m.

    But that cannot be triggered until the 23-year-old Chelsea academy graduate has completed two seasons with Jose Mourinho's team.

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