Roma will make striker Tammy Abraham available for transfer, according to reports in the Italian media. The former Chelsea player has struggled for form during his second season in Italy, and his high salary means the Giallorossi are willing to part ways with the player they signed for £34m in the summer of 2021. Manchester United are said to be still keeping tabs on Abraham, having been regularly linked with the 25-year-old after he scored 27 goals in all competitions last campaign. Manager Erik ten Hag is known to be keen on signing a number nine, and Abraham certainly fits the profile of what he would be looking for, despite the fact that the England international has found goals harder to come by in recent weeks. Considering Roma are looking to get Abraham off the wage bill as well, there may even be a possibility of a loan this month, but that is pure speculation at this stage.