Following the sacking of Frank Lampard, we will likely see an overhaul in the Chelsea team as player who were preferred by Lampard may not get regular Tim's under Thomas Tuchel. One of the players who is in this category is Tammy Abraham and he could possibly make a switch in the summer.
Tammy Abraham was preferred over Olivier Giroud during Lampard's era as coach of Chelsea but under Tuchel, he hasn't really started much game because of the squad rotation being done. Abraham is fast, good in the air but he doesn't really have much physicality. The pack of regular starting games may see him exiting the club this summer after rumours have it that Roman Abramovich has set his eyes of Erling Haaland.
Reports coming out of westham, from a reliable source suggest Abraham has emerged as a potential signing for the club.
If Erling Haaland or another top striker should come to Chelsea, this will be a move in a right direction for the England striker.
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