Jose Mourinho, dubbed The Special One by Football fans, a self-described “special man”, is savouring his fame as just the second coach to have won five major European titles, having guided Jose Mourinho’s AS Roma team to victory in Wednesday’s UEFA Europa League. Jose Mourinho won yet another European Cup final following his Roma team, defeating Feyenoord in the first-ever Europa Conference Cup final in 2022, becoming the first coach to win all three European competitions. Jose Mourinho became the first football manager to win four European trophies at four different clubs when Italian club Roma defeated Feyenoord 1-0 in the final of Wednesday night’s Europa Conference League. A first-half strike from Nicolo Zaniolo gave Roma their first central European crown in over 60 years with a 1-0 victory against Feyenoord in the Europa Conference League final in Albania, capping off an impressive European trophy haul for Jose Mourinho.
According to reports, Arsenal-bound Tammy Abraham is not rushing out of AS Roma, with the Italians willing to offer him a new deal. Premier League giants Arsenal are prepared to offer Roma 50m for Tammy Abraham this summer if they would have guaranteed Champions League qualification. Premier League giants Arsenal have shown interest in Tammy Abraham but have been beaten out of the bidding process by AS Roma. Rivals Arsenal might have to meet an asking price believed to be around PS67m to land Tammy Abraham even though Roma signed Abraham for only PS34m more petite than a year ago.
Although the England striker has four years left on his contract at AS Roma, his form has attracted interest from several Premier League clubs. While his Roma team might not have qualified for the Champions League for the fourth consecutive campaign thanks to a sixth-placed finish in Serie A, England forward Tammy Abraham has exceeded expectations since moving from Stamford Bridge last summer. After spending six years on the books at Chelsea, Tammy Abraham left the club last summer and joined Roma for PS34m ($45m), committing himself to a five-year contract. On 4 July 2017, Chelsea announced that Abraham had signed a new five-year deal with Chelsea. Later in the day joined fellow Premier League club Swansea City on a season-long loan.
Given Abraham’s tremendous support from Roma fans this season, it seems relatively likely the 24-year-old forward will stay put this summer. That said, the potential PS68million price tag placed on Abrahams’s head by Roma may cause Manchester United to back away from any possible move for the forward, particularly given Romas need to start an overall rebuild this transfer window.