When Tammy Abraham joined AS Roma in 2021, no one knew what to expect, but the former Blue went on to impress in Serie A against all odds. In 37 games, the 25-year-old scored 17 goals and assisted on 4 others. Many hoped that his fine form in Italy would continue, but that has not been the case; this season, he has struggled, scoring only 3 goals in 15 league games. Because of his poor form, there has been speculation that he has been placed on the market ahead of the winter transfer window.
The Englishman has a lot of fans. Apparently, Unai Emery wants him for his Aston Villa project, but he won't get him easily because Mikel Arteta would jump at the chance to sign Abraham. Arteta is confident that bringing Abraham back to the PL will be a successful operation.
In the winter, reports suggested that Arsenal would be interested in signing a reliable forward. Given Gabriel Jesus' goal drought, signing a striker would be welcomed. Could Abraham be the striker whose goals propel Arsenal to the Premier League title?
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