It is a blow that has hit AS Roma supporters at the end of the season, in addition to the Europa League final lost to Sevilla FC: in fact, the Roman club has lost its English striker Tammy Abraham for a period estimated between 8 and 9 months after a cruciate ligament rupture suffered during the last Serie A match of the season at home against Spezia (2-1). A long absence which forces the giallorossa sports management to find a replacement for him for the coming year, during which the Louve club will compete in the C3 in addition to domestic competitions.
And according to information from Sky Sports Italia, the lucky one to make up for Abraham’s stay in the infirmary would be Gianluca Scamacca, the West Ham striker, tracked by PSG last summer. The 24-year-old transalpine striker would return to his training club, which he knew between 2015 and 2017 before joining the PSV Eindhoven training center. The 11-cap Italian international also missed the end of the Hammers season due to knee surgery he underwent at the end of March. In recent hours, the transalpine media adds that first contacts have taken place and Roma have requested information for a possible loan.