Tammy Abraham’s future at Chelsea is starting to look non-existent, especially after he was once again omitted from a matchday squad, and this time for our FA Cup game against Manchester City even though he had been called our “cup striker” previously by Thomas Tuchel.
According to the Guardian, Tammy is now unsurprisingly considering his future, with potential “fresh opportunities” at West Ham — who could be priced out of a deal — or perhaps more likely at Leicester City awaiting. The latter are planning for life after Jamie Vardy while the former want more competition for Michail Antonio.
Last year, Chelsea were very much interested in extending Tammy’s contract, but those talks have now completely stalled. With our Academy graduate’s current deal expiring in 2023, the upcoming summer transfer window would be the best time for a transfer (for all involved), if he’s not in the club’s plans.
Meanwhile, Chelsea remain strongly linked with Sergio Agüero, as we reportedly would have no problem paying his €12m-per-year wage demands, unlike Barcelona. The Blues have also been linked recently with young Martin Satriano of Inter Milan, alongside a whole host of other parties who are interested in the highly rated youngster who has yet to make his senior debut for Antonio Conte’s Italian champions-elect.