Arsenal news: Tammy Abraham ‘returns to England’ as Martin Odegaard said he ‘thrives’

AS Roma’s Tammy Abraham has revealed his return to England after being linked with a summer move to Arsenal as Martin Odegaard’s father has spoken out about his son’s move to the club

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Arsenal target Tammy Abraham has opened up about England return.

The England international signed for Jose Mourinho’s AS Roma last summer and has impressed during his time in Italy. He broke a record previously shared by Gabriel Batistuta and Vincenzo Monella when he scored the most goals in his first season with the club. That form has linked him to a summer move as Arsenal Chelsea They are reportedly interested in signing the striker, who has now been talked about returning to England ahead of the Europa Conference League semi-finals.

It comes as Martin Odegaard’s father Hans Erik has said the Norwegian playmaker is “blossoming” at Arsenal. And Gunners boss Mikel Arteta has received a huge injury boost as the club continue to seek to win the final Champions League qualification place.

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AS Roma’s Tammy Abraham has been linked with a summer move to Arsenal (Photo by Matteo Ciambelli/DeFodi Images via Getty Images)

Gunners gain an Injury Boost

Arsenal have been given a huge boost in their hopes of stealing the last place in the Premier League top four as Thomas Partey heads towards a return.

The midfielder suffered a hamstring injury late in the second half of the Gunners’ 3-0 defeat crystal palace earlier in the month, and club chiefs fear he could be ruled out for the remainder of the season. But the Ghanaian has now shared an update on his progress as he shared a video of himself running on his treadmill Instagram Story.

That could mean he’s on the verge of a return for the Gunners – just in time to try and secure that final Champions League spot.

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Odegaard ‘blossoms’

Martin Odegaard’s father has said his son is ‘blossoming’ under Mikel Arteta at Arsenal.

The Norwegian playmaker made a permanent move to the Gunners during last summer’s transfer window after enjoying a successful spell on loan for the club in the second half of last season. It meant the end of his time at real Madrid After being signed as a 16-year-old in 2015, there were high expectations of him at the Bernabeu that he would develop into a leading star for Los Blancos.

But things didn’t quite go as planned in Spain as Odegaard joined Heerenveen, Vitesse and Real Sociedad on loan. And after a difficult few years for the player, Odegaard’s father Hans Erik has spoken out about his development under Arteta – admitting he’s “a bit of an Arsenal fan now”.

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Abraham “comes back to England”

Tammy Abraham sent a message to Arsenal ahead of Roma’s Europa Conference League semifinals this week.

Side view of Jose Mourinho leicester city ​​in what will be Abraham’s first return to his homeland since his 34 million pounds move to the Italian capital. It comes amid reports linking the England international with a summer move to the Gunners to fill the void left by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and contract rebels Alexandre Lacazette and Eddie Nketiah.

And Abraham is keen to show “what I came to Italy to learn” as he opened on his return to England this week.

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