AC Milan has joined the race to sign Tammy Abraham, the English striker currently playing for Roma. The 25-year-old has expressed his desire to return to England, where he has been linked with a move to Aston Villa, Manchester United, Everton and Chelsea in recent weeks.
According to Italian news outlet Il Messaggero, AC Milan has shown interest in signing Abraham and is actively pursuing his availability. Paolo Maldini, the chief of AC Milan, has reportedly been exploring the possibility of signing the striker this summer.
Abraham joined Roma from Chelsea at the start of the 2021/22 season and has been in fine form this season, scoring seven goals and providing six assists in 30 Serie A appearances. However, his future at Roma remains uncertain, and he could be sold if the right offer comes along.
Tiago Pinto, the chief of Roma, is reportedly willing to sell Abraham for €55 million, but a structured offer of €40 million plus bonuses could also be accepted. With AC Milan now in the picture, the bidding for the English striker could potentially become more competitive.
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Abraham’s versatility and goalscoring ability make him an attractive prospect for any club in need of a striker. His speed, finishing, and creativity make him a constant threat in front of goal, and he can play as a lone striker or alongside another forward.
As the summer transfer window approaches, it remains to be seen which club will secure Abraham’s signature. With interest from multiple top clubs in Europe, it could be a drawn-out process, but one thing is certain – Tammy Abraham is a striker in high demand, and he will have plenty of options to consider.
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Naples-born Enzo Cattaneo has spent more than a decade living in Madrid and writing about Spanish football, German football and the Premier League for various Spanish football websites and now he writes about World football for World Football Rumours. He's been thinking about football transfers and rumours pretty much nonstop since the 2002 FIFA World Cup in South Korea. Aside from writing, he likes to spend his time playing Esports games.