Manchester United and PSG keeping tabs on Roma’s Tammy Abraham

Scouts from Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain have been keeping tabs on Roma’s Tammy Abraham regularly, with Tottenham Hotspur also potentially looking at the Englishman.

La Gazzetta dello Sport state that during the recent game involving Roma and Milan, scouts from United and PSG were present in the stands. Both of the parties were keeping tabs on Abraham and they believe that the Englishman could solve their problems upfront.

United have been scouting him since the start of the season and their presence is nothing new at all. They see Abraham as a potential replacement for Wout Weghorst and PSG believe that Abraham could be a replacement for Hugo Ekitike. 

No negotiations have begun yet but Roma believe that an offer could soon arrive for the player, whose contract has a €80 million buy-back clause for Chelsea and Tiago Pinto has a similar valuation in mind for other clubs as well. Roma could even use the buyback clause as a means to negotiate with other clubs. 

Scouts from Spurs were also present at the game at the weekend but it is not known who they were scouting and there is a possibility that even they could have watched Abraham and Daniel Levy might be considering a move.



Kaustubh Pandey | GIFN

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