Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United and Everton are all chasing AS Roma’s Tammy Abraham.

The Italian and English press have named the Premier League trio as the interested parties, and Corriere della Sera has mentioned them in their latest report.

It’s claimed Tottenham, West Ham and Everton all like the striker, and this has pleased the Serie A side.

The 26-year-old spent a long spell on the sidelines before returning to action in April, and he finished the recently concluded season with a goal and an assist from 12 games.

Abraham has a great desire to regain his best form, but the market signals are indicating that he could be set for an exit. Roma plan to sell him this summer as it’ll help them save €6m gross [€4.5m net] per year in salary.

It’s claimed the former Chelsea man will find it ‘difficult to say no’ to a call from England, where Tottenham, West Ham, Everton and Aston Villa are keen to secure his services.

Roma have set a €30m price tag, and they are hoping for an auction between the English clubs so that they could possibly earn more from the player’s sale.

Tottenham, West Ham, Everton and the Villians are fighting to sign Abraham, and he will have options to pick his next destination.