‘See what the future holds’ – Arsenal strike-target with mixed transfer message

Roma striker Tammy Abraham has seemingly left the door open on a potential transfer with Arsenal believed to be amongst those keeping tabs on his future.

The Gunners are definitely in the market for a new striker this summer, with their only two senior strikers in Eddie Nketiah and Alexandre Lacazette becoming free agents in the coming weeks.

While they have been linked with a long list of potential suitors, one who they were also linked with last summer could be one that they rue missing out on, and Tammy Abraham could well be prepared to leave after just one season with Roma.

The English forward claimed that he is happy in the Italian capital, but seemingly left the door open to a move by insisting that he will ‘see what the future holds’.

‘Like I’ve always said, I fell in love with this club from the first day and I will always help the team as much as possible with my goals and assists,” DAZN as quoted in the DailyMail.

‘It’s been a good year for me, I hope to build on this year and hopefully we can finish with a trophy and it can be the perfect year.’

‘I love this club. They’ve given me the opportunity to show myself, my heart is here. We’ll see what the future holds, but my heart is here.’

I’m definitely a fan of Abraham, and believe he has more to offer than Chelsea clearly believed when allowing him to leave last summer. I can’t help but favour a move for Victor Osimhen, but I think Tammy is probably ahead of our other supposed targets for me. He can score all types of goals, as well as being able to operate as a target man, as well as a poacher, and think he would relish the chance to feed off our exciting young front line.

Do you believe that Tammy should be high up on our potential list of strike targets?


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  1. I wanted Arsenal to sign him last summer. A lot didn’t rate him. Abraham has been outstanding in Italy, but why leave a club, where he is succesful? I doubt we will get the chance again.

  2. Had the opportunity to get him last summer for what now looks like a decent fee. We would now have to offer a crazy amount of money. They will be asking for at least £50M minimum.

  3. Course he is good enough to lead our line. Whether it is just speculation time will tell. I hope Artetas’ man management improves as the way to reward current players who achieve goals is not to sell them. Who would want to do well knowing getting champions league means the end for them?

  4. I like him, but give us virtually no chance of landing him, even assuming , as we would be wise not to assume, that MA is interested in him.
    In the remote chance that he came to us, we would have a striker who is effective at heading for the first time since Giroud.

  5. Let’s not hype him too much yet. Lukaku was killing it in série A and look at him at Chelsea,he is even missing sitters now.

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