The former Chelsea player has been impressive this season after moving to Roma in a £34 million deal.
He is currently in the form of his life, scoring 24 goals across all competitions and beating Gabriel Batistuta’s record of most goals scored in a first season for the Italian club, which he set in 2001 and also helped Roma qualify for the final of the median Europa conference league.
The 24 years has been linked with a possible return to the Premier League with Arsenal the main Club fighting to secure the signature of the English international.
Roma is believed to have placed £67.5 million on the inform striker.
What did Mourinho say?
When quizzed about the future of Tammy Abraham, Mourinho to Skyport that:‘I don’t think it’s an easy decision for a young, local player to leave his club, to leave his house, his city, his country, to leave the Premier League – which of course is a competition that, when a player is in it, it’s hard to leave.
‘He made that option and I think he made it by trusting in me, and I think at this moment if he wants to go back to England – I don’t think he wants now – but if he wants to go back to England he just needs to click his fingers.’
He continued: ‘I’m so happy for him, back to the national team, loved in Rome. I don’t want to say he’s proved everybody wrong because I think everyone knows that he’s a good player.
‘And I think also with [Chris] Smalling and [Fikayo] Tomori showing the English boys that there is life outside the Premier League and in Italy there are a life that makes them even better players than they are.’
Last month, Abraham personally responded to the concerns over his future:
‘I was born and raised in England, so of course, there are many rumors here and there that there are clubs interested.
‘I’m doing something right at Roma if people are interested. I just have to stay focused, keep doing my thing, keep playing my football, focus on this competition [Europa Conference League], where we finish in the league, and we’ll see what happens in the future.’
Meanwhile, Jose Mourinho has wished Mr. Levy and Tottenham all the best.
“I react in a funny way when I speak with some English journalists at press conferences. I always say the joke about qualifying for the [Conference League] final. I hope not to be sacked this time because it’s something that doesn’t happen to too many coaches,’ he said to Sky Sports.
“This time, I cannot say I’m the privileged one, because it happened to me.
I don’t have regrets. I don’t have bad feelings. There are lots of nice people in Tottenham and I wish them the best. Even to Mr. Levy.
“But for a guy with my career and my history, I think it was a strange thing to happen.
“But in the end, it opened the door for me to be in Rome and I’m very happy to be in Rome.”
Mourinho will be seeking to add the Europe conference to his impressive Silverware as manager when they meet Feyenoord on the 25th of this month.
“Of course, I would love to be in a position of fighting to win titles or to be in the Champions League where I played 160 or 170 games there,’ he added.
“But I am loved here. I love the people here. I feel very much a part of the empathy created between the fans and the club and myself and the players. I’m very happy here.”