Tammy Abraham makes contract demands. This is what Lampard has to say

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Tammy Abraham had a successful loan spell for Aston Villa last season, and was afforded a chance in the first team this season by Chelsea boss Frank Lampard.

The 22-year-old has become a mainstay in the Chelsea team this season, but is yet to agree terms with the club over a new deal. While the likes of Callum Hudson-Odoi, Reece James and Mason Mount have committed their future to Chelsea, Tammy Abraham still hasn’t had his future sorted out.

Abraham has two years left on his current £50,000-a-week deal with Chelsea and according to The Times, will only sign a deal if it at least matches Hudson-Odoi’s £120,000-a-week plus bonuses deal. Abraham is also looking at his future, with the Blues making big money moves ahead of next season.

Speaking about Tammy Abraham’s contract situation, Lampard said: “I think Tammy’s contract, we are not at a critical level with it.

“I will leave it with him and the club to discuss that side of it. I don’t think it is something that is clearly in his mind now, at least it shouldn’t be.

“What needs to be in his mind now is these games we have coming up and how much he can give us on the pitch, whether coming on as a sub or starting the game.”

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1 Comment on "Tammy Abraham makes contract demands. This is what Lampard has to say"

  1. Chelsea should never playTammy Abraham.He is not rushing for ball.He just wait for ball to come to him.look at how many games Chelsea lost with him starting the game compare to Giroud starting the games.
    Tammy has no control of the ball.

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