Manchester United monitoring Tammy Abraham situation

Manchester United are in the market for a new centre-forward.

A number of strikers have been linked with a move to Old Trafford as a result, with Erik ten Hag set to wait to see whether Manchester United have new owners in the summer transfer window.

As reported by inews, United have been keeping tabs on AS Roma striker, Tammy Abraham, formerly of Chelsea.

Roma have reportedly splashed a £67m price tag on the Englishman’s head, which is the same price that could activate a buyback clause for Chelsea, if the Blues wanted to prevent a move that would see Abraham join United.

Premier League duo Everton and Aston Villa made approaches for Abraham in January, but they were turned off by Roma’s asking price.

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