Tammy Abraham ruled out beyond transfer window after ACL injury

A disappointing season for Tammy Abraham ended with another bad chapter on Sunday when the striker tore his ACL in the win over Spezia.

Roma confirmed their place in next season’s Europa League with a 2-1 win over Spezia, but Abraham was a casualty after having to be taken off in visible pain just over a quarter of an hour after coming on as a substitute.

Reports from La Gazzetta Dello Sport have revealed that Abraham has torn his ACL in his knee after being taken for an immediate MRI scan.

It means he is expected to be ruled out for at least three to four months, which would just so happen to keep him on the sidelines until after the summer transfer window closes. The worst predictions are that he could be out until March 2024.

Abraham was believed to be up for sale this summer in an attempt for Roma to satisfy Financial Fair Play requirements. Now, their strategy will have to change, potentially causing some difficult decisions for Tiago Pinto.

As for Abraham, it now seems he will enter a third season as a Roma player after all, but when exactly he will be able to get going in it remains to be seen.

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