Premier League side Aston Villa are interested in Roma striker Tammy Abraham and Manchester United continue to keep tabs on the Englishman.
La Gazzetta dello Sport have reported that in Jose Mourinho’s eyes, Abraham has fallen behind Andrea Belotti in the pecking order for strikers. That is largely why the Englishman has been making a lesser amount off starts in recent weeks and months than he used to last season.
If given enough money to make a profit on him, Roma would not hesitate and the Giallorossi know that there is a higher possibility of making capital gains from the sale of Abraham. While Chelsea do have a buyback clause inserted his deal, it is quite unlikely that they exercise it. But Aston Villa, another one of Abraham’s former clubs, are interested in the striker and a summer approach could be possible.
United are also keeping tabs on the player, monitoring him closesly in an attempt to know whether they should make a move at some point in the summer or not.
Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN