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How Jose Mourinho Is Gradually Grooming Ex Chelsea Player, Tammy Abraham Into A World-class Striker


Jose Mourinho, a Portuguese international, requested the services of a former Chelsea academy youth player, and he received it after AS Roma agreed to pay Chelsea Chelsea football club £34 million for Tammy Abraham. After winning the Uefa Champions League with Chelsea in 2020/2021, the 23-year-old has moved on to become Jose Mourinho's first-choice striker.

Jose Mourinho has developed Tammy Abraham into a world-class striker in the same manner he groomed Didier Drogba into a world-class striker after his arrival at AS Roma. The former Chelsea striker has played in all of the club's games so far this season, thanks to the Portuguese international.

Abraham, who didn't get much playing time at Chelsea, has started practically every game for AS Roma this season and has scored goals for the squad in both league and European competitions.

According to rumors, AS Roma's head coach Jose Mourinho usually engages into personal striking (shooting the ball) training with Tammy Abraham during the club's training sessions. The Portuguese international said in the most recent update that he was creating a monster for England head coach Gareth Southgate.

"I'm trying to construct a monster of a forward for Gareth Southgate," Jose Mourinho said.

"Unless he doesn't have proper eyes and still doesn't call him up with the England national team," he continued, "I would recommend that Tammy transfer nations."

If Tammy Abraham maintains his current form, Mourinho may be able to produce another Didier Drogba out of him. Jose Mourinho is well-known for his admiration for the striker.

If caution is not exercised, we may see another plyer like to Didier Drogba, because Tammy Abraham has been remarkable and possesses some characteristics that Drogba possessed during his prime.

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