Arsenal tried everything to sign former Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham ahead of Roma.
That’s according to Italian transfer expert Fabrizio Romano.
He said on his Here We Go podcast: “They (Arsenal) were trying to convince the player (Abraham) and to take his time before joining Roma because they were looking to sell maybe Lacazette or maybe Eddie Nketiah to have a free slot for a new striker with Tammy Abraham.
“They were really interested, in talks with the agent, but they were prepared to make a proposal. But they were needing to sell a striker before signing Tammy Abraham.
“They were really, really pushing and pushing, they were trying in every possible way.
“So, Arsenal were really convinced that they had a chance to sign Tammy Abraham but in football it is not easy to change the mind of the players.”
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