Abraham left Chelsea for AS Roma during the summer transfer window and is currently thriving there under Jose Mourinho.
In his first three Serie A games, the 23-year-old striker scored once and provided two assists in what has been a brilliant start to life in Rome.
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However, they are set to be without him later today for their clash against Manchester United following his red card versus Southampton in a setback that will test the depth of the squad’s attack.
“I can’t believe nobody took Tammy Abraham at that type of money. At that type of money, proven goalscorer in the Championship, proven goalscorer in the Premier League and he’s gone for 30 million to Roma. That’s outrageous.”
Given that failure to bring in a new centre-forward, West Ham fans will be praying for this to be Antonio’s only suspension this season.