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Chelsea are prepared to sell Tammy Abraham this summer if a bid of £40million is received, according to Daily Telegraph.
The 23-year-old has fallen down the pecking order under Thomas Tuchel at Stamford Bridge and has struggled to force his way into the German’s plans since returning from injury earlier this month.
The report also claims Olivier Giroud will be allowed to leave at the end of the season after also failing down the pecking order under Tuchel.
Abraham last appeared in Tuchel’s starting XI on February 20 but he was brought off at half-time in Chelsea’s 1-1 draw with Southampton.
Abraham is Chelsea’s top scorer with 12 goals this campaign, which have come from 31 appearances across all competitions.
Meanwhile, Rio Ferdinand claims Abraham is being treated unfairly by Tuchel in comparison to Timo Werner.
Ferdinand told BT Sport: “It’s crazy. A young player, does he get the time that a Timo Werner, new signing gets when they come in?’
“And they’re not treated with as much care and understanding of their character and cotton wool that a new signing gets.
“A new signing gets the investment but you’re investing in a young player. A young player adds so much value to a team but they don’t ever get that time or patience that a new signing gets.
“Tammy wouldn’t get the time Timo gets. He [Werner] scored at the weekend but he missed a sitter at the weekend. He missed another tonight.
“If you’re Tammy, you’re sitting there going, ‘right OK, I’ve got to be playing at least at the weekend to get myself in the shop window for the next game against Madrid’.”