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Tammy Abraham was Chelsea’s highest scorer in Frank Lampard’s first season in charge of the club, and for the second year running he was topping the chart until Lampard’s exit in January.
Tammy Abraham struggled for game time under Tuchel, and the academy product featured only seven times under the German who rather favoured Timo Werner and Kai Havertz.
Despite his lack of game time under Tuchel from February until the end of the campaign, Abraham finished the season as joint scorer alongside Werner.
The big question for everyone is – what next for Tammy?
Abraham is attracting massive interest from Aston Villa where he once had a productive loan spell before getting into the first team.
According to The Mirror, Villa are reportedly ‘ready’ to offer £40million to Chelsea for Tammy Abraham, and Tuchel has decided that the 23-year-old is free to leave.
One thing Tammy Abraham knows how to do is score goals, and he has proven that time and again. Do you think Chelsea are making another big mistake?