Eyes glued on this former Chelsea star as West Ham manager David Moyes ramps up January striker search



West Ham United are said to be resuming their pursuit of Roma striker Tammy Abraham in the January transfer window.Tammy Abraham has been on West Ham’s radar for some time, dating back to the summer of 2020 when he was at Chelsea.

Hammers manager David Moyes has been after the 26-year-old centre-forward for several transfer windows.

However, he tore his ACL in the final game of the 2022/23 season, effectively ending any hope of signing him in the summer.

Moyes has since sold Gianluca Scamacca to Atalanta, leaving Michail Antonio, Danny Ings, and adolescent Divin Mubama as his main alternatives in the middle.

And perhaps now is the time for the Scot to take over for the 24-year-old Italian…

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West Ham manager David Moyes is looking for a striker in January and has made a claim for Tammy Abraham. 

I’ve long believed that the former Chelsea great would be ideal for a David Moyes system.

The 11-cap England international is always prepared to make untiring runs into the channels to make more room for his teammates, is tremendously strong in the air, and has real pace. He’s also a fantastic finisher.

Abraham has scored 161 goals and assisted on 44 others in 373 career games.

According to the Italian media source Calcio Mercato, West Ham are ‘keen’ to bring Tammy Abraham back to the Premier League.

I adore the former Chelsea striker and all he has to give. However, his latest ACL injury will definitely be a source of concern for the Hammers’ owners.

According to Get Football News Italy, Roma could seek up to £40 million for the centre-forward, indicating that he will not be cheap.

And, in my opinion, West Ham taking such a risk on Abraham in the January transfer window or next summer is quite doubtful.


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