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From being a key player under Frank Lampard, Tammy Abraham went on to being a fringe player under Thomas Tuchel.
The 23-year-old striker even missed out on the matchday squad a couple of times last season, and barely kicked a ball under the German.
The likes of West Ham, Aston Villa and Arsenal have been linked with the Chelsea forward, and former Manchester City winger Trevor Sinclair sees Tammy Abraham as a top player and will love to see him play for either of his former clubs Manchester City or West Ham.
He told talkSPORT: “I would like to see Tammy at the club. I don’t think it’s going to happen because I don’t think Manchester City have shown any kind of interest in him. But for me, he’s a top player.
“I’d love to see him at West Ham, he’d fit in really well. [Michail] Antonio needs that rest, he can’t play week in, week out.
“His age and what he brings to the table, if he puts it all out there one week and then Tammy comes in and plays the next week, that could be a formidable partnership.”