Liverpool and Manchester United are reportedly leading the race to sign Tammy Abraham, the former Chelsea star and AS Roma forward, in the upcoming summer transfer window. The 25-year-old has been in impressive form since joining Roma from Chelsea in 2021 for around £34 million, having helped the Italian side lift the UEFA Europa Conference League trophy last season. According to Fichajes, Abraham has emerged as a potential target for six Premier League clubs ahead of the next campaign.
With Roma willing to listen to offers in the region of £40 million, Liverpool are keen to add Abraham to their ranks as a potential successor to Roberto Firmino. Manchester United are also interested in the forward due to his affordable asking price. Chelsea, on the other hand, are looking to re-sign their former youth product as they seek to solve their ongoing striker crisis by making use of their buy-back clause in his current contract.
Meanwhile, Tottenham Hotspur have identified Abraham as the perfect successor to Harry Kane, who has been linked with a departure this summer. Newcastle United and Aston Villa have also expressed an interest in signing the star.
Abraham has an impressive goal-scoring record, having contributed 34 goal involvements in 89 Premier League appearances for Chelsea and while on loan at Swansea City. Since joining Roma, he has registered 36 goals and 12 assists in 101 games. His versatility, physicality, and aerial prowess make him an attractive target for several Premier League clubs.
The potential arrival of Abraham at Liverpool or Manchester United would add depth to their attacking options and provide healthy competition for their existing forwards. Meanwhile, a return to Chelsea would offer him the chance to prove himself in the Premier League once again and potentially become a first-choice striker for the club.
It remains to be seen where Abraham will end up, but one thing is certain: his impressive performances have caught the attention of several top-flight clubs, and he is likely to be one of the most sought-after strikers in the upcoming transfer window.