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Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham is set to be rewarded by the club after becoming an important first team player under Frank Lampard this season.
The 21-year-old was recalled by Chelsea in the summer following a loan spell with Aston Villa, and Lampard has trusted the forward to lead Chelsea’s attack.
Abraham rewarded Lampard for his faith in him by scoring twice as Chelsea beat Norwich 3-2 on Saturday.
According to The Telegraph, the Blues are set to reward Abraham with a new contract despite the 21 year old having three years to run on his current Chelsea contract.
Abraham currently earns £50,000 a week and according to The Telegraph, Chelsea are set to offer him a new contract that will see him more than double his current wages.
Chelsea will reportedly add a further two years to Abraham’s contract, to take his commitment to the club up to five years, and he may earn upwards of £100,000 a week, including bonuses.
Abraham will join the likes of Mason Mount and Ruben Loftus-Cheek, who recently signed new Chelsea contracts.
Mount signed a deal worth around £77,000 a week, while Loftus-Cheek is now earning over £150,000 a week after agreeing his latest contract.