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Everton consider signing Tammy Abraham as £20 million Roma exit news comes.



Everton are considering making a move for Roma striker Tammy Abraham now that the transfer season has officially opened, according to the Daily Mail.

The publication stated on June 14 that Roma are considering selling the ex-Chelsea striker for £20 million this summer.

Everton are one of three clubs vying for the Englishman’s transfer, with West Ham, Aston Villa, and Tottenham Hotspur.

Why would Everton want Tammy Abraham this summer?
Everton have struggled in the offensive department since Richarlison’s departure in 2022.

Last season, Sean Dyche’s club had the second-lowest scoring average in the Premier League, trailing only 20th-placed Sheffield United.

This not only highlights their desperate need for a striker, but also demonstrates how fortunate they were last season in terms of the quality of play on display from the promoted sides. Granted, Luton Town ended only six points behind 17th place, but this season has once again demonstrated the talent gap between the Championship and the top flight.
Abraham might be an ideal addition to Everton as the former Chelsea player attempts to rekindle his career after an injury-plagued season.

Since joining Rome in the 2021/22 season, the 26-year-old has appeared in 119 games and scored 37 goals.

However, the 2023/24 season was not his best in terms of returns. He played only 12 games and scored just one goal.

This highlights how unfortunate the England international has been and why a fresh start is required.

And, if he decides to return to England, Everton could be a perfect place to do so.

Although, like Dominic Calvert-Lewin, the attacker has struggled with injuries, when given a solid run with a squad, he has frequently produced.

Last season, it was clear that the Toffees’ lack of a clinical striker up front was costing them, and this should be their top focus this summer.

If a move for Abraham occurs, he will most likely lead the charge in their fight for survival.

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