The transfer window is gradually heating up and teams are seeking to bring in certain players that will definitely help them strengthen their squad for the season ahead. The truth of the matter is that Chelsea's activities in the transfer window have not gone unnoticed. As a team, they are not only supposed to buy players without selling off some of the old ones to avoid having an excess players in their squad.
Chelsea and Leicester are on the verge of reaching an agreement over Tammy Abraham. Who could be on his way out of Stamford bridge this summer after he has been left out of the squad for series of games now. Knowing his capabilities and worth, he is now willing to force his way out of the club this summer.
Jamie Vardy is now aging and Leicester are now hoping to look for his replacement and Tammy Abraham have emerged as a possible candidate for that role. Although he is not quite as fast as Vardy but he has a better finishing and positioning than some EPL strikers. He will be a very nice addition to that Leicester squad.
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