Roma striker Tammy Abraham has revealed that his England camp-mates asked him about his football career abroad.
The 24-year-old spearhead has been outstanding for the club this season. Scoring 27 goals in all competitions, helping the Wolves win the Europa Conference League. Which he has revealed that he has a Lions teammate. Roar asked about his career UFABET and life abroad.
“Yes, a few English players asked me about it. I had a lot of questions and I told them good things,” Abraham said.
“It is difficult to move to a foreign country and learning a language is not easy. But when it’s good, it’s good. I want to believe that I have improved my technical level.”
“I’m always the finisher. But in Italy I work in more areas, playing in possession of the ball, winning over opponents.
“I found myself good at that too. So let’s work harder. Play regularly and in some big games you can find out about that.”
England has not had an international player in the squad for the World Cup since 2006 with David Beckham and Owen Hargreaves, currently with Abraham at Roma and Fikayo. Tomori with AC Milan and Jude Bellingham with Dortmund.