Chelsea star striker is set on a summer switch to a rival English Premier League club after having his playing time limited since the arrival of Thomas Tuchel. All Chelsea stars that were dropped by Frank Lampard are now back into the starting lineup under Thomas Tuchel but the case of Tammy Abraham has been different.
Tammy Abraham last played for Chelsea in February and he has been frustrated by the lack of changes since the appointment of Thomas Tuchel. Thomas Tuchel has always chosen Timo Werner ahead of Olivier Giroud and Tammy Abraham is now the third choice striker in Chelsea. Tammy Abraham has scored 6 goals and one assist from 20 appearances this season.
Tammy Abraham will be missing out on the Euros with England due to lack of playing time and he is now set to join Aston Villa who is a fierce rival to Chelsea.
Source: The Sun
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