Tammy Abraham enters the circle of interests of Manchester United and Arsenal in the summer Mercato
British press reports revealed that Roma striker Tammy Abraham has entered the interests of Manchester United and Arsenal during the current summer transfers.
The 24-year-old has enjoyed playing under Jose Mourinho in Rome so far, scoring 27 goals in 53 appearances in all competitions as Roma won the European Conference League last season.
Tammy Abraham made a promising start to his career in England before leaving Chelsea due to a lack of playing time.
Abraham entered the England squad in 2019 and has three goals in 11 international matches, although the goals achieved heavy victories with the Three Lions.
But according to Italian “Corriere dello Sport” reports, Abraham is happy in Rome and does not want to leave anytime soon.
And the British newspaper “Daily Mail” confirmed that Abraham would be a worthwhile investment for Manchester United with Edinson Cavani preparing to leave and doubts about Cristiano Ronaldo’s long-term future.
Arsenal have also been closely linked with Gabriel Jesus, but if negotiations fail, the Gunners will also need a new striker as they look for a focal point ahead of an exciting midfield.
The Daily Mail said: “Chelsea have not expressed an interest in re-signing Ibrahim yet, but they will be able to re-sign him for £69m in 2023 by activating a buy-back clause in his contract.
Striker Tammy Abraham is a son of the Chelsea academy, breaking into their first team under Frank Lampard in 2019 and scoring 18 goals in his first full campaign.
And despite scoring another 12 goals the following season, Abraham was deemed redundant by Blues boss Thomas Tuchel, who allowed him to join Roma and bring Romelu Lukaku £97.5m from Inter Milan.