Roma striker, Tammy Abraham was not hurt after crashing his luxurious Porsche Cayenne into another car while driving to his club’s training ground in Trigoria, Rome.
The accident reportedly happened near a shopping center that is not too far from his apartment around Euroma 2 in Italy.
Italian media outlets claimed that the car the footballer crashed into was a smaller car owned by an unnamed Italian lady who did not take offense in the accident.
Tammy Abraham and the lady reportedly had a friendly conversation after the accident before the two parties continued with their journey without causing a scene.
Hence, there was no reason to involve the police since all the parties involved had no complaint after the crash. Also, Tammy Abraham did not commit any breach of Italian traffic laws.
Reports in Italy claimed that Tammy Abraham did not have to go to the hospital for any medical attention after the crash. He drove straight to his club’s training ground as planned.
The 24-year-old English striker is expected to be available for the Italian Serie A game between Roma and AC Milan which is scheduled to kick off at 18:30 on January 6.
Before now, Abraham who left his childhood club, Chelsea for Roma on August 17, 2021, for a transfer fee worth €40 million, has scored 12 goals and provided 2 assists in 25 games in all competitions this season.
The England international was involved in the crash while still recovering from an ankle injury. He is expected to be fully fit from the injury on January 5, 2022.
Apart from the minor crash Tammy Abraham was involved in recently, the 24-year-old striker has not been a perfect road user. Recall that in November 2021, the football star had to pay a £660 fine for overspeeding his £170,000 Lamborghini Urus V8 in April 2021 in London.
Since then, the England international has not recorded any traffic issue both in Italy and in England until recently that he crashed his Porsche into another car.
Abraham who currently earns €4.5m-a-year [a potential total of €6m in bonuses] at Roma, has until June 30, 2026, before his contract with Roma expires.