Currently, there is an ongoing transfer market whereby players are allowed to move to their dreamt club or to gain experience in other clubs either permanently or on loan deals. Chelsea has loaned out two players including Billy Gilmour who committed his future to Norwich City for next season and Bate who is currently Leeds United player.
Today, Chelsea head coach Thomas Tuchel has commented on Tammy Abraham's desire to move away from Stamford Bridge. According to the England Sky Sport News today evening, the German Shepherd claimed that he won't force the England star to stay at Stamford Bridge claiming that it will be a malice or mischief to him. Tuchel states that Tammy Abraham has power to chooses about his future personally.
"It's up to Tammy to decide for himself about his future. I don't want anger him because he knows of himself and his ability more than I" says Thomas Tuchel according to the England Sky Sport News today evening.
Since the appointment of Thomas Tuchel as Chelsea head coach, Tammy Abraham has not enough chance to prove himself at the pitch as the German coach prefer using Kai Harvetz ahead of him. Tammy Abraham was recently linked to a move to Westham United on permanent deal but Chelsea were reluctant about this deal.
Chelsea values Tammy Abraham at around forty million paunds plus odds. Its more predictable that Tammy won't be a main striker in Tuchel's squad of the coming summer. This is evident as the club's director Marina Granovskaia and Thomas Tuchel were eyeing the Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland to be the club's constant central striker.
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