Manchester United are reportedly looking to improve their attacking options by signing Tammy Abraham.

According to a report from Fichajes, Manchester United are keeping tabs on 25-year-old AS Roma striker Tammy Abraham should they fail to land Victor Osimhen in the summer.

The Napoli striker remains their top target. But signing him won’t be easy especially, with Napoli digging their heels. Apparently, the Serie A outfit are not keen on sanctioning the departure of the 24-year-old striker, who has been in red-hot form this season.

Manchester United are desperate to improve their attacking unit. And it remains to be seen whether they can bring in the necessary signings at the end of the season. Abraham would be an underwhelming addition despite the fact that the 25-year-old has done quite well since his move to Italy.

The English striker managed to score 27 goals across all competitions last season, helping AS Roma end their wait for a trophy. The player has contributed to 12 goals across all competitions this season, and he has the potential to improve further.

Tammy Abraham is on Manchester United’s radar. (Photo by Dan Istitene/Getty Images)

Erik ten Hag could certainly use a quality target man in his side, and Abraham certainly fits the profile. But the former Chelsea striker could be seen as a bit of a downgrade after the links to players like Harry Kane and Osimhen.

A club of Manchester United’s stature will want to sign a world-class player. And it remains to be seen how the situation develops. Meanwhile, the opportunity to return to the Premier League could be a tempting proposition for Tammy Abraham. And the 25-year-old English striker could be keen on showcasing his qualities in the Premier League next season. He has been linked with Arsenal recently.

Roma will not want to get rid of their star performer anytime soon. But Manchester United certainly have the resources to convince them to sell their prized asset. Abraham has proven himself in England before with clubs like Chelsea and Aston Villa. There is no doubt that he could be a handy player for Erik ten Hag next season but the Red Devils will probably prioritise someone with a higher ceiling.

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