Chelsea outcast may forestall Haaland deal as participant has desire to hitch rivals
Recent reports suggest that the disgraced Chelsea striker Tammy Abraham will leave Stamford Bridge this summer. Where the striker is going, however, could depend heavily on whether the Blues bravely strive for Borussia Dortmund striker Erling Haaland.
This emerges from a recent report by the Mirror, which claims that Thomas Tuchel’s team intends to include Abraham in every offer to Borussia Dortmund in exchange for the world-class Haaland.
However, Der Spiegel claims that Abraham would rather join Premier League rivals West Ham United, seemingly reluctant to be used as Makeweight, who would move the Norwegian powerhouse in the other direction.
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Since Tuchel’s arrival at halftime last season, Abraham has severely curtailed his playing time in the first team.
After only seven games in all competitions for his German coach, the English striker’s time with the Blues seems to be coming to an end.
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In addition to West Ham, Aston Villa is said to be interested in welcoming the 23-year-old for a second stay at the club after a one-year loan in the 2018/19 season.