Tottenham Hotspur have been linked with a move for the Roma striker Tammy Abraham.
The 25-year-old has done well since his move to the Italian club and he has nine goals in seven assists across all competitions this season.
Roma are currently fighting for a place in the Europa League final and Abraham will be hoping to guide them to their second European trophy in his second season at the club. Abraham played a key role in their UEFA Europa Conference League win last year, scoring 27 goals across all competitions.
A report from Fichajes claims that Spurs are keeping tabs on him and they could look to make a move for him in the summer as a possible ‘replacement’ for Kane.
Harry Kane has been the only reliable goalscorer at the club and it is no surprise that Tottenham are looking at attacking reinforcements.
The 25-year-old has played in England before and he could prove to be a solid, long-term acquisition for the North London club.
Abraham will be desperate to prove himself at the highest level and the opportunity to play in the Premier League could be an attractive option for him. He has already shown his qualities at Roma, scoring 36 schools across all competitions since joining the club at the start of last season.
Abraham has the potential to develop into a reliable Premier League striker and a move to Tottenham could be the ideal next step in his career. The 25-year-old could share the goalscoring burden with Kane for now (if he stays at the club) and replace the England international in the long run.