Abraham, 25, got the injury during the last match of the Serie A season, a 2-1 win over Spezia on Sunday, leaving the pitch on a buggy following 82 minutes.
Roma's Britain striker Tammy Abraham has experienced serious harm to the front cruciate tendon in his right knee, the Italian club affirmed to AFP on Monday.
Abraham, 25, left the field on a buggy after 82 minutes after suffering the injury in Sunday's 2-1 victory over Spezia in the final game of the Serie A season.
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The club didn't give subtleties on how long the forward would be sidelined with Italian press revealing he would be out for quite some time.
On Instagram, Abraham, who left Chelsea for Roma in the summer of 2021, wrote: I appreciate all of your messages. I will soon return, stronger than ever!
The 11-times covered forward, scored eight objectives last season, as Jose Mourinho's side completed 6th to meet all requirements for the Europa Association next.
After the game finished 1-1 after extra time, Roma lost the Europa League final on penalties to Sevilla on Wednesday in Budapest.