The English man would be representing his national side once again after a while not being in the squad
Abraham missed out the squad that featured for England in the Euros despite having first got an earlier call at a younger age.
It’s known for sure, that despite your past forms, Southgate is only interested and making choices based on current performances.
This explains more why Tammy Abraham was left out of the Three Lions squad during the Euros despite appearing to be a future number 9 of the England squad.
During the just concluded season before the ongoing, Tammy Abraham used to be Chelsea’s number 9 until Thomas Tuchel came in and suddenly he swept the English man out of the front page.
Causing Tammy Abraham to take the step out of the club in search of proper game time as remaining on the bench would only retard his career growth.
The Roma striker has scored four goals in 10 appearances since joining the Serie A club from Chelsea in the summer.
The 24-year-old is an addition to the 23-man squad named by Southgate on Thursday, which features strikers Harry Kane and Ollie Watkins, plus forwards Bukayo Saka, Jadon Sancho, Raheem Sterling and Jack Grealish.
In a recent interview, Abraham appeared to have sent a strong short message to Chelsea or specifically Thomas Tuchel saying; “It’s part of the process, you work, you earn places.
“Maybe many would see it as rejection, but somethings cause other things to happen and for the ones who pushed me beyond my limits, am grateful.
“I hope I can do more in Roma and also score goals for England.”
Abraham joined Roma in August for £34m on a five-year deal after finishing last season as Chelsea’s joint top scorer despite falling out of favour under Thomas Tuchel.
The move saw the striker team up with former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, who was a big factor in Abraham’s decision to swap London for Rome.