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Tammy Abraham was a key player for Chelsea under Frank Lampard before the Blues legend was sacked in January.
Under Thomas Tuchel, Abraham has struggled for game time, as he barely featured under the German.
It’s now clear that Abraham’s future lies outside Stamford Bridge, and the 23-year-old is now being linked with a move to West Ham.
Meanwhile, former West Ham striker Leroy Rosenior has revealed that he doesn’t want his former club to sign Abraham.
According to Rosenior, Abraham doesn’t have the energy and pace to lead the line for the Hammers.
Speaking to Claret & Hugh, he said, “He really doesn’t have Mickey Antonio’s qualities and this is a striker who has learned the role over the last few months or so.
“Tammy doesn’t link play and bring in other players – I don’t see him as the answer up front and I don’t actually believe he is the energy and athletic striker to whom the manager is usually attracted.
“I don’t think he’s the right one for us.”