West Ham could be plotting a move to bring an English striker back to the Premier League.

With Michail Antonio’s glaring fitness issues, West Ham desperately need to bring in a striker this Summer. While others have struggled due to the Jamaican suiting Moyes’ system, a change at the helm this Summer could open the door for a different style of forward.

They’re already on the wire in regards to the home grown quota so it makes sense to bring in someone who will fulfil that. Both Toney and Solanke have been linked with a move to East London, they could look to foreign soil at their next striker.

Tammy Abraham has found himself again since moving to Italy. Unfortunately, injuries have plagued his season and, as a result, he has only played 5 games in Serie A this season. However, before this, he had been consistently performing well for Roma.

According to HITC, West Ham could approach him at the end of the campaign. Whether or not he’d be willing to join the Hammers remains to be seen as he seems to be really enjoying his time in Italy.

Obviously his injury record is a massive concern, especially with our Irons track record of injury prone players. However, if he can replicate his form from previous seasons in the Premier League, then he could be a brilliant addition.

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