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Man United Prepare Bid For Tammy Abraham (Full Details)

Manchester United is considering making a move for Tammy Abraham ahead of the summer window, MySportDab reports.

The striker who was sold to AS Roma last summer could be on his way back to the English Premier League ahead of next season.

Tammy Abraham is attracting interest from Manchester United who is set to lunch a shocking bid for the England international.

This move could come back to haunt Chelsea who sold him to AS Roma after bringing in Romelu Lukaku who has been unable to match his goal tally.

The Blues spent over €100 million for the Belgian who since he came in has been unable to make anything happen, meanwhile Abraham is scoring in Italy.

If Manchester United make a deal happen it could see the Blues having to face their former player who is currently on hot form.

Although it is reported that Chelsea has a clause on Tammy Abraham’s contract which could see them re-sign him if they wish to in the future.

Other clubs are also eyeing a move for the player for who AS Roma has placed a €100 million price tag, and they are also not willing to allow him to leave.

According to Transfer News Live, they confirmed Old Trafford is interested in making a move happen when the window opens in the summer.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Manchester United could launch a stunning raid for AS Roma striker Tammy Abraham.

“The Italian club value him at £100million.(Source: Corriere dello Sport).

Tammy Abraham

Jose Mourinho is happy to have the player with him in Italy and it is unlikely that he will be looking to make that move happen anytime soon.

It is still an open talk with Manchester United planning to make Tammy Abraham their striker as a new manager will be coming in when the season comes to an end.

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Ifeanyichukwu Chris Akashili

Lagos Based Football, Sports And Biography Writer For MySportDab, Pro Football Expert - Chelsea Football Club Correspondent.

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