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Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham fell out of favour at Chelsea following the appointment of Thomas Tuchel as Chelsea boss.
Abraham was a key player under Frank Lampard, but it hasn’t worked for him under Tuchel, as the German restricted his playing time last season.
Despite his lack of playing time, Tammy Abraham ended up as the club’s joint top scorer last term, and former Chelsea striker Carlton Cole has told Abraham that it’s time for him to leave Chelsea for good.
Many Premier League sides are keen on Abraham, and Cole believes it’s time for him to leave and be the main man somewhere else.
“You get to a point where you have got to know your worth,” the former striker told talkSPORT.
“He has gone on loan and done really well at Aston Villa, Swansea and came back to Chelsea, done well. They still don’t value him the way they should do and the way he feels he should be valued.
“He didn’t play at the backend of last season and he is not in Thomas Tuchel’s plans obviously because he didn’t play.
“Tuchel doesn’t fancy him and I would look at other options if I were him and say, “let me go and be the main man somewhere’.”
Abraham has scored 30 goals in 82 appearances for Chelsea since breaking into the first team in 2016.