This month, Tammy Abraham made his return to the England team as his good start to life with the Roma earned him a recall from Gareth Southgate.
The 24-year-old started for the Three Lions last week in a comfortable 5-0 win in Andorra, where he scored one of the goals himself.
On Tuesday evening, the former Chelsea man played as the second replacement for Harry Kane in the World Cup qualifying against Hungary.
Nevertheless, his appearance in the second half only lasted about 15 minutes, as he had to leave the field after a blow.
Corresponding the Gazzetta dello Sport, the Englishman has now returned to the Trigoria training center in the Italian capital, where he will undergo some tests to find out the extent of his injury.
The Giallorossi will travel to Turin for their grand duel against Juventus on Sunday night and Abraham’s availability is currently in question.
The young striker was a regular for José Mourinho, who preferred him over players like Borja Mayoral and Eldor Shomurodov.
The England international has contributed two goals and as many assists in his 7 games in Serie A so far and at the same time has established himself as a fan favorite in the capital.
The Portuguese coach is also struggling with another headache as his captain and star player Lorenzo Pellegrini suffers from a fever ahead of the big clash.
For their part, Juventus will do without the injured Alvaro Morata, while Adrien Rabiot will be out after a positive Covid-19 test.