Manchester United are linked with a number of strikers and the latest name in the lime light is Tammy Abraham.
According to Spanish source, Fichajes, the Red Devils are looking to improve their strike-force as they expect Cristiano Ronaldo to leave sooner or later.
In such a scenario, the Old Trafford outfit have sounded out forwards like Ivan Toney, Brian Brobbey, Lautaro Martínez, Harry Kane.
It is reported that they see Abraham as the ideal candidate to strengthen the position. His current contract with AS Roma will expire in 2026 and he is valued at around 50 million euros (£43.5million).
The 25-year-old striker scored 13 goals in 30 appearances for Chelsea but he was unable to start week in and week out.
Last season, he was exceptional for the Giallorossi under the management of Jose Mourinho. The England international featured in over 50 games and directly contributed in 33 goals (27 goals and 6 assists).
Roma went on to win their first ever European Trophy by lifting the UEFA Conference League and Abraham netted 9 goals in 10 starts in the competition.
It must be remembered that no player at Man Utd has managed to score more than 20 goals in the Premier League since Van Persie achieved the feat in the title winning 2012-13 campaign.
Ten Hag needs a quality center forward to replace Ronaldo and Cavani. In your opinion, should Man Utd offer £43.5million to sign Tammy Abraham from Roma?