Tottenham rival Aston Villa, West Ham United in Tammy Abraham chase

Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly interested in signing Tammy Abraham from AS Roma, and they will face competition from Aston Villa and West Ham United.

According to TEAMtalk, Tottenham Hotspur are set to compete with Aston Villa and West Ham United for Tammy Abraham. AS Roma will demand around £40 million to part ways with the English striker in the summer transfer window.

Abraham has fallen down the pecking order at AS Roma, and he needs to leave the club in order to play regularly. However, he does not have a shortage of suitors, with several Premier League clubs keen on signing him.

It remains to be seen whether Tottenham are prepared to provide Tammy Abraham with that opportunity. Spurs need more quality in the attacking unit, and the former Chelsea striker will certainly add more cutting edge in the final third.

Abraham has shown his quality in Serie A before falling down the pecking order at AS Roma, and he is certainly good enough to play for clubs like Tottenham, Aston Villa and West Ham. Meanwhile, Aston Villa were overly dependent on Ollie Watkins last season, and they need more depth in the attack. They will be competing in the UEFA Champions League and therefore they need more options at their disposal.

The Englishman should prove to be a handy option for them. He has played for the West Midlands club previously on loan and knows the club well. The £40 million-rated striker will be able to settle in quickly and make an instant impact.

At West Ham, he will be an upgrade on players like Michail Antonio and Danny Ings. West Ham have a talented squad, but they need a reliable goalscorer. The former Chelsea man should prove to be the ideal acquisition.

Tammy Abraham would improve all three clubs

All three clubs will be keen on signing a player like him. But the £40 million valuation could be an issue. Abraham has not been a regular starter for AS Roma, and clubs will not want to pay a premium for him. The Giallorossi will have to be more reasonable with their demands for the move to go through.

All three clubs will be exciting destinations for the English striker, and he will look to establish himself as a key player for them if the transfer goes through. They will be able to provide him with the platform to showcase his qualities at a high level next season.

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