Tammy Abraham will leave Roma during the January transfer window, when he will also return from injury.
The English striker has been out of the green fields since June of this year because he was injured in a duel against Spezia.
His return to the field is expected to take place at the end of this year, but Abraham is no longer in the plans of the Italian team Roma.
Three English clubs have expressed an interest in bringing Abraham back to the Premier League and it is expected to be a big race in January.
Arsenal, Brentford and Aston Villa are the teams that are looking for the striker’s services.
Roma, on the other hand, is ready to allow his departure and has already set a release price of 52 million euros.
The 26-year-old has been part of Roma for two and a half years, as he has scored 36 goals and assisted in 12 more in 107 official matches.