Roma signed the forward from Chelsea last year and he has had a great first season in Italy where he has scored 23 goals in all competitions for the Serie A giants.


His performances in Italy have been noted by several clubs in Europe and it has led to speculation over his long-term future at Roma.



Abraham is being looked at by Premier League sides and Tottenham are claimed to be tracking him as a potential replacement for Harry Kane.


However, according to Italian daily Tuttosport, Roma have no intention of cashing in on the forward just yet despite the interest he has been attracting.



Jose Mourinho has built a team around Abraham’s talent and the Roma boss is not interested in selling him.


The Roma hierarchy are on the same page as their coach and Abraham is very much seen as a big part of their future.



The striker is also happy in Italy and is not considering leaving Roma after just one season at the club.


Chelsea have an €80m buy-back clause but that is not expected to come into consideration until next year.