Manchester City, Manchester United and Arsenal are all interested in Roma striker Tammy Abraham, according to the Gazzetta Dello Sport.
The Italian newspaper reports that the Premier League trio are “ready to go crazy” for the former Chelsea player, who has scored 23 goals in all competitions for the Serie A side this season.
However, it is claimed that Roma have no intention of letting Abraham leave. The England international only joined the Giallorossi for €40m (£34m) in the summer and it is said they wouldn’t be looking to sell, even if the likes of City offer in the region of €90m (£75m).
Whether that is true, it is debatable, considering the Italian club are unlikely to be in the Champions League next campaign. Such as sizeable bid would be too good to turn down.
City are probably not prioritising Abraham in their attempts to sign a new forward anyway. Borussia Dortmund’s Erling Haaland still remains their number one target.