Manchester United are linked with a number of center forwards and one of them is England international, Tammy Abraham.
Former PL footballer, Alan Hutton, has backed the Roma star to secure a move to Old Trafford as he would fit in well in the team.
Hutton told Football Insider:
“I worked with him at Aston Villa, so I’ve seen him up close and personal. Not just on the pitch, but off the pitch as well. On the training ground, he works so hard to improve daily.
“He could do so well at a team like Man United, where they’re so in need of a number nine like him. He wouldn’t cost as much as Osimhen, and I think Tammy has got the right experience to fit in and do well at Old Trafford.”
Abraham’s current deal with the Giallorossi will expire in the summer of 2026 and he is valued at around £70m.
The 25-year-old won the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Super Cup with Chelsea but was never a regular starter and therefore, he decided to leave.
Last season, he netted 27 goals in all competitions for Roma under the guidance of former Man Utd boss, Jose Mourinho, and was a superstar in the victorious Conference League campaign.
In the current season, so far, the 11-capped international has started 19 games in the Serie A and directly contributed in 10 goals.
Do you think Tammy Abraham is good enough to improve the strike-force at Old Trafford? Should Man Utd spend £70m to secure his signature?