AC Milan are ‘seriously thinking’ about a move for Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham in the upcoming mercato, according to a report.
The London Evening Standard reported last week that Milan could ‘offer Tammy Abraham a way out of Chelsea’. The Rossoneri are among the clubs who have been alerted by Thomas Tuchel’s handling of the 23-year-old, as he is struggling for playing time and opportunities.
They added that Chelsea will apparently ask for a fee in the region of £40million (€46m) if he does depart, because Tuchel wants a top class centre-forward ahead of next season with Romelu Lukaku, Erling Haaland and Sergio Aguero on his list of targets.
According to the latest from PianetaMilan, Milan have Abraham as one of their primary targets heading into the summer window because he is young but also has top-level experience, fitting the identikit dictated perfectly.
The report adds that Chelsea will not let him leave for less than €40m but Paolo Maldini and Ricky Massara are ready to invest in the attack and are seriously thinking about it. They could try and engineer a loan with option to buy deal for the 23-year-old just as they did for Fikayo Tomori.