has refused to rule out a potential return to amid speculation over his Roma future.
The England international was given his chance at Stamford Bridge by after a series of promising loan spells.
Abraham, however, failed to fully convince he was worthy of being the club’s main striker and was sold to Roma in a £34million deal.
The 25-year-old initially thrived under the management of Jose Mourinho and scored an impressive 27 goals in his debut campaign.
Abraham has found the going far tougher this term, however, scoring just seven goals from 39 appearances in all competitions.
Despite spending heavily on a raft of new forwards since his departure, meanwhile, Chelsea are still to source a regular supplier of goals.
Joao Felix has impressed only sporadically since his loan move from Atletico Madrid and although Napoli’s prolific Victor Osimhen is a firm target, Chelsea will face intense competition for his signature this summer.
He told Four Four Two: ‘Never say never in football. Right now, my focus is on Roma — I’ve no other plans. Maybe I’ll stay at Roma for the next ten years, maybe not. You never know.’
Another former Chelsea No.9, Chris Sutton, believes Abraham would be the perfect addition to Graham Potter’s already impressive looking squad.
‘Tammy Abraham is an out and out No.9 and Chelsea decided to let him go,’ Sutton told Betting Sites.
‘That was a bit of a strange one, but of course they expected Lukaku to come in and have a stormer which he didn’t do.
‘Buying Tammy back is one of those that I could see happening. I think he’s done pretty well at Roma. The criticism of Chelsea is that while they have lots of creative players, they don’t actually have somebody to stick the ball in the net.
‘So I actually think £68m would be a smart piece of business to bring Tammy Abraham back to Chelsea.’
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