Fikayo Tomori is delighted to see former Chelsea team-mate Tammy Abraham thriving alongside him in Serie A after the forward enjoyed a dream start to life under Jose Mourinho
- Fikayo Tomori started out at Chelsea academy alongside Tammy Abraham
- The defender made the permanent move to AC Milan after a loan in 2020/21
- While Abraham made a summer switch to Jose Mourinho’s Roma for £36million
- The forward is enjoying life in the Italian capital with two goals in five games
AC Milan defender Fikayo Tomori is happy to see former Chelsea team-mate Tammy Abraham thriving in Italy.
The pair started their careers together as Chelsea academy graduates alongside Mason Mount.
But Abraham made a summer switch to Roma and is enjoying a dream start to life under Jose Mourinho, while Tomori is also lighting up Serie A with AC Milan.
Fikayo Tomori is happy to see former Chelsea team-mate Tammy Abraham thriving in Italy
Although Mount is the only one of the England international trio remaining at Stamford Bridge, Tomori expressed his delight as for the current Blue and Roma’s new addition.
Tomori, who completed the permanent move to Milan in the last window after spending the second half of the 2020-21 campaign on loan at San Siro, told DAZN: ‘I’m happy for Tammy, we talk pretty much every day.
‘When we started playing together at Chelsea we were seven years old and then we made it to the first team. When you grow up that’s where you want to go, but you don’t know if it will happen.
Tomori made he permanent move to Milan in the last window after a loan spell last season
‘I remember when I scored my first goal, he made a hat-trick and it was the best day of our life. Mount scored too, it was crazy. It all started from there.’
Abraham scored his first home goal as Roma came from behind to beat CSKA Sofia in the Europa Conference League to make it six wins from six under Jose Mourinho on Thursday.
He has also started three games in the Serie A with Roma, scoring his first goal for the club in a 4-0 victory over Salernitana.
The forward impressed the locals so much on his league debut against Fiorentina he left the pitch to a standing ovation.
Abraham has enjoyed a dream start to life at Jose Mourinho’s Roma with two goals so far